International students are a major segment of the student population of Higher Education in the UK and elsewhere. They are often tasked with conducting research within their respective disciplines. Therefore, it is essential for Business School academics to be aware of the unique challenges associated with teaching research methods to this demographic. Of particular importance is teaching international students how to safely conduct sound, ethical research that has potential implications not only within the UK, but also across their various nations. Questions therefore arise around not only quality assurance within international research outputs, but also managing or supervising research students who may be conducting portions of their research outside the UK. Discussion around this subject area is essential if we are to attempt to remove the institutional roadblocks that may currently prevent international students from contributing to and producing global research. This event proposes to tackle the cross-disciplinary and systematic concerns of teaching research methods to international students by showing how we can create a culture that encourages outputs that are truly representative of the diverse nature of the world, encompassing developed and emerging nations. These concerns will be addressed in a practical manner with room for discussion.
This workshop, therefore, draws on the insight of experienced scholars to address pressing issues arising from teaching international students to conduct research.
Some of the proposed topic areas include:
1. Conducting interdisciplinary research
2. Paradigms in research
3. Digital advances in research
4. Cross-cultural applications in teaching research methods
5. Conducting research with international students
6. Issues relating to gaining ethics approval for international research projects
7. Issues associated with raising funding for international research projects
4 April 2019, 9:30am-4:00pm
Who Should Attend
Academics or researchers who are interested in carrying out international research or with a responsibility of supervising and mentoring students on international research projects.
Benefits of Attendance
1. Increased understanding of the context surrounding international research students' motivations and expectations
2. Develop a road map to creating a culture within your institution or practice that encourages and supports studies conducted with international students
3. Gain insight into funding international research
4. Examine how to conduct ethical and sound quality research outside UK borders
- Lena Jaspersen – University of Leeds
- Emmaouil Papavasileiou - University of Portsmouth
- Murray Clark
- Kathy-Ann Fletcher - Abertay University
- Maria Mouratidou - University of Cumbria
British Academy of Management and Dundee Business School, Abertay University
For specific information about this event please contact the workshop facilitator(s):
Abertay University Dundee
01382 308 499
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BAM Ordinary Members £20
BAM Student Members £15
Non-BAM Members £40
Deadline to register: March 28, 2019
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Cancelation Policy - Should you wish to cancel your place, you will receive a full refund if your cancelation is made 4 weeks prior to the event. After this, full payment will be required. BAM reserves the right to cancel the event if there are not enough people to justify running the workshops.
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