When: Feb - March 2020 (dates vary)
Where: Social Sciences Divisional Offices, 75 George St, Oxford
This series of 3 stand-alone workshops for Social Science DPhil students and Early Career Researchers runs throughout Hilary term and are a must if you are either exploring the idea of collaboration for the first time or have made steps already but would like to know more.
What is 'collaborating'?
10 Feb 2020, 14:30 - 16:00
Researchers collaborate with all sorts of people and organisations - third-sector, social enterprises, businesses, the list goes on! It can be a rewarding experience, potentially enhancing your research and leading to greater impact. Whether you've previously thought about collaborating or not, come along to this workshop to learn about a new side of academia, and how it could enhance your development and future employability.
What type of collaboration works for you?
14 Feb 2020, 14:30 - 16:00
This workshop is for DPhil students and Early Career Researchers from the Social Sciences Division who want to develop a collaboration with a business or another non-academic organisation but are unsure about what the collaboration might be about/what type of collaboration would suit their needs the most.
Identifying potential collaborators
16 March 2020, 14:30 - 16:00
Finding the right partner, understanding why they might see value in the collaboration, and convincing them why they should work with you or use your research to improve their services, products, or processes are challenges! Come along to think them through and start laying the foundations.