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These are the materials from a session introducing ethnographic research methods for PGR students at the University of Southampton. They could also be adapted for use with undergraduates. The slides give an overview of key principles and steps in carrying out an ethnographic project, and the handout allows for individual reflection and planning.
Slides and handouts for an introductory session on ethnographic methods for PhD students. The students are asked to view the ethnography video lectures by Graham Gibbs before the face-to-face session.
These are the documents and forms used in order to conduct the OpenLIVES research in an ethical manner. The research was carried out at the Universty of Leeds as part of the module "Discovering Spanish Voices Abroad in a Digital World" in 2012/2013. The form applying for ethical consent to the University of Leeds Ethics Committee was completed by the tutor well before the start of the course and was used by the students as a learning resource. The advert looking for participants was designed by Lazara Morgan. The text of the email sent to possible participants was drafted by Jeran Richardson and the consent forms were drafted by Jessica Abreu and Alex Steel. All the work was revised and edited by the tutor. Attribution: University of Leeds.
This a list of the resources that have been used in the teaching of the OpenLIVES module SPPO3640 "Discovering Spanish Voices Abroad in a Digital World" at the University of Leeds
Lecture by Penny Summerfield, Department of History, University of Manchester, and list of references. This is part of methods@manchester: research methods in the social sciences. This lecture is an essential learning resource in the OpenLIVES module SPPOO3640 "Discovering Spanish Voices in a Digital World" at the University of Leeds
List of links and titles of resources used to teach Research Methods in the Module "Discovering Spanish Voices Abroad in a Digital World" (SPPO3640). University of Leeds
This is a resource produced at the University of Plymouth by Kevin Meethan as part of LearningFromWOeRK. It is used in SPPO3640 (OpenLIVES) at the University of Leeds to introduce students to coding.
This is a collection of learning resources that have been created or re-used for the teaching of the Final Year module "Discovering Spanish Voices Abroad in a Digital World" SPPO3640 at the University of Leeds. It also includes interviews, documentaries and other materials produced by the students. The resources appear in chronological order of addition to this collection.
This is a powerpoint presentation used in a class with Year 1 students in the module SPPO 1180 "Skills and Issues in Spanish Portuguese and Latin American Studies" at the School of Modern Languages and Cultures of the University of Leeds. It is in English. It introduces students to Oral History through the interview of Germinal Luis, which is part of the JISC OpenLIVES collection. It deals with basic epistemological, methodological, ethical and educational considerations around oral history and takes ideas and arguments from well-known Oral History Methodology academics.
This is a task aimed at developing students skills in interview coding whilst appreciating the emotional richness of the life story of Germinal Luis, a Spanish migrant whose testimony features in the OpenLIVES collection. This activity can be classed as an inductive and hands-on initiation to Migration Oral History. As part of the task, students will be able to contribute to the Global Learning Community with their own OER. It is part of the Final Year module SPPO3640 Discovering Spanish Voices Abroad in a Digital World (OpenLIVES)University of Leeds – School of Modern Languages and Cultures. BAs in Spanish. The resource contains a file in pdf and another in word, but it is the same content in both.
The Association Infographic is a dynamic learning object which illustrates the relationship between the higher education researcher and the scholarly professional associations. It also links together relevant peer-support communities for graduate and PhD students, postdocs, and early career researchers. An attached PDF document lists key organisations in a particular field (literature & modernist studies) together with details of the forthcoming meetings and annual conventions, and links to the association websites.
This is the third unit of a series forming a VLE course for first-year students on 'Academic Research'. In this unit students are given several tasks to do in the library so as to familiarize themselves with both the catalogue and the physical layout.
This presentation looks at the importance of informant testimonies to enhance an understanding of Sikhism. It is an important tool for students looking at research methods within studying religion. The presentation highlights the importance of overcoming stereotypical representations of the Sikh community.
This IBL was created for the Modern Languages Department’s Level 2 historical linguistics module. This resource was produced with the help of CILASS (Centre for Inquiry-based Learning in the Arts and Social Sciences) at the University of Sheffield (see http://www.shef.ac.uk/cilass).