Social research (and much else) came to an abrupt halt in March last year. Join us to find out how researchers have adjusted, re-worked and re-invented their way through unprecedented times.
This is our first online conference, and features:
Sir Ian Diamond, National Statistician, joined by Jill Rutter, Institute of Government; deliberative methods expert Sarah Castell, CEO of Involve; and qualitative and narratives specialist Jane Elliott, Professor of Sociology at Exeter University.
Making research, and research organisations, more inclusive, with Marie-Claude Gervais (Versiti) and Reema Patel (Ada Lovelace Institute); Victoria Boleman (Young Foundation) and Babita Earle (Chair, MRS Diversity & Inclusion Council).
RESEARCH METHODS IN PRACTICE
A varied mix of topical presentations from applied researchers on the front lines. Hear about their innovations and adaptations, what worked and what didn’t, and why.
‘Research Compendium’ - a showcase of creativity in research, with video, cartoons, poetry and more on display.
'Meet the software specialists' - presentations on a range of useful software analysis products.
All these include live audience Q&A via Zoom. And you can meet up with colleagues old and new in networking sessions.
Book your place on the SRA website: https://the-sra.org.uk/events
Delegate rates: £65 for non-members and £35 for SRA members.
Social Research Association (SRA)