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Qualitative Methods for Technical Topics II: issues workshop

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Talk postponed until Michaelmas 2011

Do you research topics usually considered technical, using qualitative methods? Do you wonder how other researchers in Cambridge face the arising in this kind of work?

Take our 3 minute survey on local practices (here) and come along to one or both of two GreenBRIDGE sessions (one presentation-based, one workshop-style) in June to meet like-minded researchers, workshop issues and get feedback on your work and for new ideas. Following on from GreenBRIDGE’s popular and successful conference Taking Stock: Methods for Built Environment Research (check out the video presentations here), these two informal sessions aim to connect people facing the same research challenges who might not otherwise meet.


In the first session on June 2, we’ll present a quick analysis of survey responses, and four presentations around the topic will begin a discussion of major areas of interest. Please e-mail the session convenor, Alison McDougall-Weil (afm35), for the chance to present your work briefly and get feedback from a diverse body of Cambridge researchers.

The second session, on June 16, will be based around workshops addressing issues which arose the previous week.

Casual attendance is also encouraged at either session.

Please do complete the survey even if you can’t attend – your response matters!

This talk is part of the Sustainability in the Built Environment (GreenBRIDGE) series.

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