The PPLS Writing Centre is holding its annual workshop series for MSc dissertation writers. These workshops are aimed at students who are doing quantitative research and are not sure how to write it up or visualise it effectively.
These workshops have both been held in two prior years, but have been newly adapted to online delivery by their creators, Fang Jackson-Yang and Andres Karjus. Because the “live” sections of these workshops are preceded by asynchronous online activities, you must sign up well in advance, so please pay careful attention to the dates. In past years, these workshops have filled up quickly, so sign up now if you’re interested by clicking on the date/time you want to book. Even if a workshop is full, sign up anyways: doing so will put you on a waiting list and will also let us gauge interest in a third round of workshops.
Writing in Quantitative Research (Fang Jackson-Yang)
This series of workshops is designed to show you how to write longer psychology essays with introduction, methods, results and discussion sections. This workshop was developed with the guidance of psychology teaching staff and tutors, and will include activities throughout. Each round is preceded by videos and a forum activity.
Make sure to sign up for all THREE sessions in the round you choose unless you specifically want to attend fewer.
Round 1 (sign-up deadline: June 30)
Survey link to be sent on Jul 1 for completion by Jul 3. Videos to be sent on Jul 6.
Round 2 (sign-up deadline:
July 14 July 19)
Survey link to be sent on Jul 15 for completion by Jul 17. Videos to be sent on Jul 20.
Explore and visualise your data in R (Andres Karjus)
In this workshop, you will learn how to use R to produce informative, beautiful, and reproducible graphs from your data. No prior knowledge is assumed, all the software is free, and installation instructions will be provided. The introduction, online video, and exercises will start two days before each Q&A session.