Skip to main content

Technologies For Research

Course Overview Date, venue and booking

Find out more about the ways technology can support you through the research process: including collaboration with colleagues, raising your online profile and disseminating your research.

Who is it for?

All Research Active Staff at Warwick University.

Session Objectives:

By the end of the session you will have:

  • Be aware of some tools and technologies that you could use to support your research
  • Know how other people are using these tools successfully
  • Evaluated which tools would be most effective/useful for you

The session will be adaptive to the interests of the specific group attending and there will be the opportunity to experiment with some of the tools explored.

Is there anything else I need to know?

Before the session think about how you are already using technologies to support your research and bring an example that you’re willing to share with colleagues.

You might find it useful to explore this simple map detailing some potential technologies: click here to open click here to open it.

If you have a tablet please bring it with you to this session.

Led by?

Emma King & Sandy Sparks, LDC

Date: 4th February 2014

Time: 12pm -3.30pm


Venue: Experimental Teaching Space, The Teaching Grid

Book a place

Catering provided: 12-12.30pm lunch

Any questions?

Administration arrangements:

Contact: researcherqueries at warwick dot ac dot uk
or ext. 73909, LDC admin support

Workshop arrangements:

Sandy Sparks sandra.sparks@warwick.ac.uk
ext 74121