As a pandemic has upended our lives, the ways in which we do research have also shifted. Students and other emerging researchers, in particular, are asked to make impactful decisions about their own academic practices and research projects. Social distancing measures have altered fieldwork and disrupted academic plans. The predominance of online tools have posed challenges for data collection. How can we adapt, rethink or shape our research methods in ways that are attuned to an era of profound and rapid societal change? What strategies can be harnessed to help us grapple with methodological choices in uncertain times?
From discussing practical tips to probing methodological conundrums, this interactive workshop is designed for graduate students and postdoctoral fellows working on matters related to age and ageing, from diverse disciplines. It is organized and facilitated by researchers Dr. Line Grenier (Université de Montréal) and Dr. Barbara Ratzenböck (Graz University). Space is very limited, register now!