The methods@manchester initiative is a valuable resource for researchers, students and professionals looking to improve their research skills and knowledge. This program, funded by the University of Manchester, provides access to a range of courses, workshops, and events covering various research methods, including quantitative and qualitative methods, mixed methods, and data analysis techniques. With experienced trainers and a supportive community, methods@manchester is an excellent platform to enhance your research skills and advance your academic career.
Additionally, the website offers resources such as online tutorials, webinars, and reading materials, providing further opportunities for learning and skill development.
Below is a video produced by methods@manchester giving an introduction to the latest thinking in social impact measurement: wellbeing evaluation. To view some of the great resources, visit the methods@manchester website.
Research To Action (R2A) is a learning platform for anyone interested in maximising the impact of research and capturing evidence of impact.
The site publishes practical resources on a range of topics including research uptake, communications, policy influence and monitoring and evaluation. It captures the experiences of practitioners and researchers working on these topics and facilitates conversations between this global community through a range of social media platforms.
R2A is produced by a small editorial team, led by CommsConsult. We welcome suggestions for and contributions to the site.