A Journalism Research Group research seminar. 3pm – 4.30pm, Wednesday 21 March in WG04.
After years of trial and error, Roman will share some thoughts and tips on how to do research, focusing on the main challenges of staying focused and becoming more productive. He will demonstrate some of the tools and routines he uses to organise his tasks, readings, notes and writing, as well as a few mental strategies on overcoming sticking points. This session is open to all within and outside JEC (including PhD students) but we envisage it as an interactive workshop-type session, in which colleagues will share their own thoughts, anxieties and practical tips.
The session is led by Dr Roman Gerodimos, Faculty of Media and Communication.
What are these sessions about?
They focus on the process of doing research rather than presenting the outcomes. They are less masterclass talks and more quality circles, where we all bring our research questions, dilemmas and dead-ends to the sessions. Whilst there will be someone leading the seminar, they are designed to be participatory.
Spaces are limited, so please email email@example.com if you intend to come.
For more information about the Journalism Research Group (JRG) visit the CSJCC website: https://research.bournemouth.ac.uk/centre/journalism-culture-and-community/
All welcome. Hope to see you there.