Autumn Methods Workshops 2020 at Lund University's Faculty of Social Sciences
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All workshops are free-of-charge for all Lund University PhD students. All workshops are free-of-charge for LU Faculty of Social Sciences staff. Workshops co-sponsored by COMPUTE are free-of-charge for all Lund University staff. For other cases, please sign up with your interest, and we will provide you with fee information, or send an email.
Department of Communication and Media
Department of Gender Studies
Department of Human Geography
Department of Political Science
Department of Psychology
Department of Service Management and Service Studies
Department of Sociology
Department of Sociology of Law
Department of Strategic Communication
School of Social Work
Centre for European Studies
Centre for Middle Eastern Studies
LUCSUS (Lund University Centre for Sustainability Studies)
from outside Lund University
Other at Lund University, but not in the Faculty of Social Sciences
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Which workshop(s) would you like to attend?
Multiple selections are possible. Limited slots are available. In the case of excess demand, among those who sign up on time, slots will be prioritized for current and future methods-teaching faculty members, followed by PhD candidates, followed by participants from outside the Faculty and outside the university. For workshop description, visit this page:
Interpreting Interview Excerpts (21-22 September, afternoons)
Critical Ethnography (24-25 September, all day)
Writing Ethnographic Fieldnotes (29 September and 1 October, mornings)
Digital Ethnography (5-9 October, afternoons)
Qualitative Analysis and Coding using NVivo (19-23 October, PC/Mac groups split into mornings and afternoons)
Gathering Data Online: Web-scraping (28 September-2 October, afternoons)
Introduction to R Software (5-9 October, mornings)
Basic Statistics: refresher course (12-16 October, afternoons)
Social Network Analysis with R (co-sponsored by COMPUTE) (12-16 October, mornings)
Introduction to Artificial Neural Networks and Deep Learning (co-sponsored by COMPUTE) (26-27 October, all day)
Introduction to Natural Language Processing (co-sponsored by COMPUTE) (28-29 October, all day)
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