4 - Jun/2016
Welcome to our last newsletter before the Summer period. As ever it has been a busy time for the ARK team with major launches and new publications.
National Centre for Research Methods (NCRM) courses in Northern Ireland Autumn 2016
The National Centre for Research Methods (NCRM) undertakes methodological research and training in the social sciences, and is funded by the Economic and Social Research Council. These courses are suitable for postgraduate students and researchers.
ARK will be helping the NCRM put on a number of courses in Northern Ireland during the coming academic year. These include:
'Making & Measuring Impact', 14 September 2016. The course will take place in Seminar Room 1 in the Postgraduate Centre, Queen's University, Belfast.
'Latent Class Analysis', 15/16 September 2016. The course will take place in the Training Room at the McClay Library, Queen's University, Belfast. There will be 6 free places for N.I.-located postgrads, allocated on a 'first come, first served' basis. To request one of these places, register instead Here
'CADQAS Software Planning Seminar', 25 January 2017. The course is provisionally booked for Room 1.35, 6 College Park East, Queen's University, Belfast. Registration will open in the autumn, so please check the NCRM website then.
Full descriptions and booking instructions of each course are available through the web links above. Please note registration for each of these course is done by NCRM through the web links and not by ARK.
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Life and Times 2015 survey data now available online
Data from our Life and Times surveys for 2015 is now available online.
Seminar: Public Attitudes to Data Sharing 7 September 2016
Public Attitudes to Data Sharing in Northern Ireland
BA-00-008, Ulster University, Belfast Campus, York Street, Belfast
Wednesday 7 September 2016 at 11.45am, followed by a light lunch.
In this joint ARK and Administrative Data Research Centre NI seminar the findings of the NILT 2015 survey on Public Attitudes to Data Sharing in Northern Ireland will be presented.
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Registration details will follow in due course.
'Is Northern Ireland a good place to grow old?' ARK staff facilitate event with year 9 pupils
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