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Doing Collaborative Research

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This course offers a practical, hands-on guide to doing collaborative research. We will cover different histories of different kinds of collaborative work; how collaborations emerge; how to get going; the importance of ethics; managing data and dealing with ownership.


The course covers:

  • Making, finding and setting up collaborations;
  • Practicalities of doing collaborative research;
  • Ethical issues in collaborative research and data management;
  • Different histories and traditions of collaborative research, and different terms;

By the end of the course participants will have:

  • considered when and why to do collaborative research;
  • worked through examples of different kinds of dilemmas and challenges which might arise in collaborative research;
  • understand key ethical issues in collaborative research;
  • reflected on your own collaborative projects or developed plans for future projects;

explored different approaches to collaborative research and different terms, ‘participatory research’, ‘inclusive research’; ‘community-based research’

Prerequisite: Some experience of qualitative data collection and analysis

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Course Dates

10th May 2017 – 11th May 2017

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Course Leader

Amelie Lee

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