Free online research training

Flinders University Library has extended access to online research methodology training provided through the International Video Library Program to the entire Flinders community, with staff also able to access a 50% discount on in-person training workshops.

Produced by the ‘Center for the Advancement of Research Methods and Analysis’ (CARMA), the video resource includes more than 140 high-quality lecture recordings that address various aspects of undertaking research, and are now available free of charge for all staff and students.

A full list of lectures and information on how to register can be found on the Flinders University library website.

The University’s participation in the program also allows Flinders researchers to obtain a 50% discount for CARMA’s short courses, which will be conducted in Adelaide in early April 2019. Two workshops, over two and a half days, are on offer: ‘Systematic Reviews / Meta-Analysis’ and ‘Introduction to Structural Equation Methods’.

Find out more about the courses and how to register.

Contact Pawel Skuza for any additional questions about the video library program or courses.

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