Hugh specialises in work with doctoral candidates in many Australian Universities, and he has been reported as far afield as the 'Times Higher Education Supplement' in London.
Hugh has also been awarded a Carrick Institute citation for enhancing the quality and effectiveness of the Ph D learning experience by applying the latest psychological and educational research.
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For both staff and students, please complete the Registration Form and send to [email protected] Enhance your qualitative research with NVivo. PODS runs two courses to assist researchers understand and use this software.
Your career options may relate to your unique topic, wider discipline or the broad range of skills you have gained through your research and other activities.
Whatever your topic or target career, academia or other sectors, when thinking about your career it is important that you.NVivo is a Computer Aided Qualitative Data Analysis Software (CAQDAS) package which facilitates in-depth qualitative analysis of textual and audio-visual data sources. This second course - Advanced NVivo - will teach the following aspects of qualitative research and analysis using NVivo: The cost to attend this training program is 0 per person if using a UOW account/cost centre or 8 per person paid by EFPOS/cheque (includes GST).For you to be eligible to attend the Advanced NVivo Training Course you The University is committed to providing appropriate training to ensure employee, students, contractors and visitors have the skills and knowledge necessary to fulfill their WHS obligations.For information on the selection criteria and how to nominate, please refer to the relevant nomination form via the above links.For enquiries please contact Julie Evans from the Research Services Office or Ryah Perkiss from the Graduate Research School (for the Research Supervision Award only).For more information on each catagory view here July from am – am.This workshop for HDR students provides an overview of the UOW Thesis submission and examination processes and procedures.Registration is free but ESSENTIAL for catering purposes- check back for new date soon The Three Minute Thesis (3MT®) competition celebrates the exciting research conducted by Doctor of Philosophy (Ph D) students.Developed by The University of Queensland (UQ), 3MT cultivates students’ academic, presentation, and research communication skills.View how to enrol in relevent WHS training session via the [email protected] team.Ph D and Masters by Research graduates pursue a wide variety of job roles across many sectors.