Participative and collaborative methodology
  • Room 211, Rolle Building

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The Participative Research Network are delighted to invite you to their next seminar with Dr Helen Goodall, Associate Director of Learning and Teaching at Plymouth Marjon University, presenting her work on participative and collaborative methodology.

This session aims to offer some insights into how a participative and collaborative methodology was adopted and adapted for doctoral study, and the rationale behind the choices made. It explores both the strengths of the approach and the accompanying challenges, and offers an opportunity for open discussion and frank exchange. The research in question focused on professional development for women and was completed and submitted in 2015 as part of a Professional Doctorate in Education at the University of Plymouth.

About the speaker

Helen has been gainfully employed in a range of capacities in the field of professional and personal development for many years. She has also led and facilitated postgraduate learning in Higher Education for ten years, specifically in the field of coaching and mentoring, and learning and teaching in HE.

All are welcome to attend and light refreshments will be provided (please bring your own lunch). 

If you would like more information about the Participatory Research Network, please contact rebecca.carter-dillon@plymouth.ac.uk.

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