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iDocQ 2013 | Information Science Doctoral Colloquium

Scottish Graduate School of Social Science

iDocQ 2013 | Information Science Doctoral Colloquium

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Scotland-based Postgraduate Research Student
For postgraduate students in Scotland registered in a social science discipline at the following Scottish institutions: Aberdeen, Abertay, Dundee, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Glasgow Caledonian, Heriot-Watt, Highlands and Islands, Napier, Queen Margaret, Robert Gordon, Scottish Agricultural College, St Andrews, Stirling, Strathclyde, West of Scotland
Free  
Outside Scotland Postgraduate Research Student
For postgraduate students enrolled in a social science-based research programme outside Scotland (i.e. England, Wales, Northern Ireland).
Free  

Event Details

The Scottish Graduate School of Social Science (SGS) welcomes postgraduate research students to the following advanced training event:

 

iDocQ 2013 | Information Science Doctoral Colloquium

Monday 24 June 2013

Robert Gordon University, Aberdeen

This colloquium will be held the day before the i3 conference (which takes place from Tuesday 25th until 28th June 2013 at the same venue). It is suitable for doctoral students at all stages of their studies. 

The event will include: (1) a keynote presentation from a guest speaker; (2) an opportunity for students to present their work to one another in 20x20 format, with a prize for best top 1st, 2nd and 3rd year presentations; (3) a choice of 4 breakout sessions; (4) feedback and discussion on all work presented facilitated by Information Science pathway academics from SGS partner institutions.

Outline programme

10:00-10:30 Registration and coffee/tea

10:30-10:45 Welcome

10:45-11:00 Speed networking line-up

11:00-11:30 Guest presentation by Dr Annemaree Lloyd, Charles Sturt University, Australia 

11:30-12:30 20x20 presentations by students

12:30-13:15 Lunch

13:15-15:15 20x20 presentations by students

15:15-15:30 Tea/coffee

15:30-16:30 Breakout sessions: students attend one session from a choice of (1) Writing (and rewriting) the literature review; (2) Defining and refining research questions; (3) Preparing for fieldwork; (4) Defending your thesis.

16:30-17:00 Plenary and prize-giving

The main target audience is Information Science students, but students from other related disciplines are also welcome.

iDocQ programme committee

The iDocQ programme committee comprises four students who represent the four Scottish Graduate School of Social Science Information Science pathway institutions:

Scotland-based students - travel bursaries

A number of travel bursaries will be made available to students from members of the Scottish Graduate School for Social Science member institutions (only) to support their participation at iDocQ. Details of these will be e-mailed to those who qualify after they have registered their places. (Any students who require accommodation need to book this at their own expense.)

Students from the rest of the UK

There is a limited number of free places for students from the rest of the UK (England, Wales and Northern Ireland). After these places are sold out we will keep a waiting list of participants. To ensure that your name is added to the waiting list, please e-mail  Professor Hazel Hall - h.hall@napier.ac.uk.

Students from outside the UK

Non-UK students are welcome to attend iDocQ for a small fee. If you are a non-UK student and would like further information on how to register, please e-mail the convenor of the Information Science pathway  Professor Hazel Hall - h.hall@napier.ac.uk

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Do you have questions about iDocQ 2013 | Information Science Doctoral Colloquium? Contact Scottish Graduate School of Social Science

Where


Robert Gordon University
Aberdeen Business School
Garthdee Road
AB10 7QE Aberdeen
United Kingdom

Organiser

Scottish Graduate School of Social Science

The Scottish Graduate School of Social Science is a unique collaboration between Universities in Scotland to make available outstanding research training to doctoral students in the social sciences. The aim of the Scottish Graduate School (SGSSS) is to improve both the quantity and quality of postgraduate research provision in the social sciences across Scotland.

At the heart of the Graduate School is the Doctoral Training Centre (DTC) in Scotland. The SGSSS-DTC was established in 2011 and is the biggest of 21 Economic & Social Research Council (ESRC) accredited DTC's in the United Kingdom. The SGSSS-DTC offers ESRC-accredited training across 24 academic pathways. Pathways are broadly analogous to academic disciplines although some are interdisciplinary. Each pathway involves collaboration across a number of Scottish universities, ensuring that the best expertise gets to the right students. However, the Advanced Training opportunities are open to students at any Scottish University irrespective of how they are funded. 

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