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University of Warwick Seminar Event in London - 'Questions of Quality'
27 January 2012
Qualitative Methods of Evaluating Impacts: Focus Groups, Interviews and Ethnography
New University of Warwick Seminar Series:
Evaluating Impacts of Public Engagement and Non-Formal Learning
First Seminar in Series: 4 November, 11am – 5pm (arrival from 10:30am)
This pamphlet is produced by the International Centre for Guidance Studies and published by the Research Information Network. It is described in the following terms:
Video and audio podcasts offer exciting opportunities to support teaching, learning and for public engagement with research.
Why is there so much scepticism around climate change? And why does it continue to cause controversy among scientists?
The Conservation Education and Evaluation course is a 5 day course held at the Durrell International Training Centre that brings together cutting edge research, theory and practical experience in orde
This Open University podcast is described in the following terms:
What does the future of learning look like?
The European Guide to Science Journalism Training 2011is described in the following terms by the Communication Unit of the Directorate-General for Research at the European Commission:
New in October 2011 this University of Warwick qualification is described in the following terms: