CREATe is organizing a suite of events over the next few months to help PhD researchers get to grips with a range of research methods. Each seminar will provide participants with a opportunity to learn from experienced researchers and to share their work with their peers. These events will be of value to emerging researchers in the School of Law, but CREATe also welcomes students from other Schools within the University of Glasgow and from other Universities. Spaces are limited so book early to avoid missing out!
Events will be held in the CREATe Hub, 10 The Square, Unviersity of Glasgow, G12 8QQ.
For information on other CREATe events taking place this autumn please visit our webiste.
PhD development workshop 1: Research methods & introduction to new cohort.
Wednesday 28 September 2016, 15:00-18:00
Briefing session on ‘EU copyright reform’ - Thomas Margoni, Senior Lecturer in Intellectual Property and Internet Law, School of Law, University of Glasgow
‘Identifying gaps in the Related Literature’ using the Copyright Evidence Wiki - Theo Koutmeridis, Research Fellow in Economics (CREATe), University of Glasgow
‘Accessing and analysing data about consumer behaviour in creative markets’ - Kris Erickson, Lecturer in Intellectual Property, School of Law, University of Glasgow
‘Report on the CREATe panels’ - Ruth Towse, Professor in Economics of Creative Industries, Bournemouth University
Discussion with PhD students (especially the new cohort), brief description of research plan by each PhD and feedback by Ruth Towse and other participants.
PhD development workshop 2: PhD presentations & feedback.
Wednesday 7 December 2016, 4-6pm
During this session, students will have the chance to present on their work and get feedback. In addition, there will be a mock viva providing students with the opportunity to ask questions about what to expect.