Webinar: Key issues in reusing data

21 May 2020 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Online
Training
Data skills
Other

Participants will hear about the key issues in secondary analysis as a method. The introductory session will briefly cover the pros and cons of reusing data and the importance of learning about the origins of your data. Quantitative and qualitative secondary analysis will be discussed with examples and issues of context, sampling and ethics will be raised.

This session is more conceptual than many of our other webinars, which are more suited to those who want a more practical introduction to our data.

The webinar will consist of a 30 minute presentation followed by 20 minutes for questions.

In order to follow the content of the webinar attendees should already be familiar with the basic methods of qualitative or quantitative data research.

Presenter: Patty Doran

Level: Introductory
Experience/knowledge required: Basic methods of qualitative or quantitative data research
Target audience: Researchers/anyone interested in reusing data

Recordings of UK Data Service webinars are made available on our YouTube channel and, together with the slides, on our past events pages soon after the webinar has taken place.

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Update on the UK Data Service 2020 Dissertation Award

Due to the disruption to teaching and assessment this year, we have changed the deadline for the UK Data Service Dissertation Award to Wednesday 3 June.

You can read more about the award, including details of this year’s judges, on our new blog post Revised deadline and the full judging panel: update on the UK Data Service 2020 Dissertation Award.

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