In June we’ll take a closer look at various tools and methods used in the preparation and discovery phase of research.
In this session we explore tools that can be used in the research project design and development phase. We’ll also look at useful tools for project management, collaboration, and more. Finally, we’ll explore sources of funding open to social sciences and humanities researchers based in South Africa. Of course we’d love to hear which tools, methodologies, resources, and funding opportunities you are aware of you as well!
Secondly we look at tools used in the discovery phase. Bear in mind that these phases are intertwined and seldom take place in sequential order. For discovery, we will explore how to search for literature, data, code, and other research outputs and resources. We can also look at how to read, review, and annotate research outputs.
We cannot possibly cover all the tools, technologies, platforms during the session. We introduce a few ideas across the two phases covered in this session and share information about where you can learn more.
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