Online workshops 18th – 22nd January 2021
Research Support in the College has organised a series of short online workshops during the week of 18th – 22nd January 2021 (see below: one open to the public; one by invite only; and one requiring pre-registration) that will open a dialogue on how researchers can use online webinars/events/resources to enhance or develop the impact and reach of their research.
Monday January 18th 12pm-1 pm
Online webinars and events
Open to general public via MSTeams
Aoife Dowling (project manager), Jonathan Evershed (postdoc researcher) and James Louis Smith (postdoc researcher) are members of the Ports, Past and Present team led by Prof Claire Connolly. Since last March they have (between them) planned and run online community and stakeholder engagement events, developed a project podcast Port Stories and inaugurated a coastal history webinar (in collaboration with the Institute for Historical Research, University of London and the Coastal History Network).
Dr Adam Hanna (English Department, UCC) is a lecturer in Irish literature and the co-founder of the Irish Network for the Legal Humanities. In December 2020, with the support of CACSSS, he organised this network's second event, an online symposium entitled Citizenship: An Exploration in Law and the Humanities.
Wednesday January 20th 12 – 1:30 pm.
Horizon Europe Research Strategy Presentations
Online via MS Teams: Invite only Head of College, members of CACSSS Research and Innovation Committee
Presentation of outline research strategy ideas for Horizon Europe- the EU’s research funding framework programme for 2021-27. Presenters from: School of Applied Psychology; School of English; School of Film Music and Theatre; School of Society, Politics and Ethics; School of Languages, Literatures and Cultures; Institute for Social Sciences in the 21st Century (ISS21).
Friday January 22nd 12 – 1:30pm
Using Qualtrics for online surveys in research
Online via MS Teams: Pre-registration required.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org using subject heading “Qualtrics for online surveys workshop 22/01/21”.
This introduction workshop presented by Aaron Bolger (Technical Officer, School of Applied Psychology) will provide a short overview of the Qualtrics platform, specifically how to set up a survey, distribute it, and collect the data. Attendees will be prepared to send a survey out into the world and begin collecting study data immediately
These short workshops are planned as part of the College’s commitment to continue to support excellent research and good research practice during the period of lockdown and campus closure. Future planned events will explore digitisation and data preservation, UCC’s membership of the Digital Repository of Ireland and the supports and resources needed by researchers seeking to preserve, curate and make available their research data.