At the nexus of learning and innovation
Mar
15
March 15, 1:30 pm
Where

15 March 2018, 1.30-3.30pm
Design Studio, Room 221, Education Building A35, University of Sydney

An “on request” methodology seminar for higher degree research students working on extended thesis research proposals

Where

15 March 2018, 1.30-3.30pm
Design Studio, Room 221, Education Building A35, University of Sydney

Foundations of crafting a research proposal

This “on request” method seminar on proposal writing with Lina Markauskaite is designed for higher degree research students who are working on their extended thesis research proposals.

We will review main components and features of a well-crafted research proposal. The seminar is informal with significant amount of time allocated for answering participants’ questions. This seminar is best suited for those who are in the final stage of their research proposal writing.

Lina’s supervision areas include learning and knowledge co-construction in interdisciplinary and inter-professional teams, epistemic aspects of complex knowledge work and learning, the use of physical and digital infrastructures and artefacts in knowledge work, co-construction of epistemic environments in joint teamwork and learning, complex nature of professional knowledge and skilfulness, actionable knowledge and preparation of students for future changing workplaces. Projects that draw upon socio-material, grounded cognition and other ecological views of knowledge and learning are of particular interest. This event will be of particular interest to PhD students but everyone is welcome to attend.