Designed for social science researchers in developing countries, this course is particularly suitable for early career researchers, as well as those with limited experience publishing in reputable, peer-reviewed academic journals.
Topics to be covered include:
- Embarking on a research project
- Research and publication ethics
- Evaluating evidence for a research paper
- Preparing to write a research paper
- Writing a research paper
- Publishing a paper in an academic journal
To confirm your space in the course, please enroll no later than 6 April 2020.
Full information about the course is available on the formal enrollment page:
Although this is an open course, enrollment spaces are limited due to server capacity – we recommend you enroll as soon as possible to ensure you don’t miss out!
Note: To participate in the course, you will need to create an INASP Moodle account if you have not already. Please follow the instructions carefully. You may need to visit the above link again after registering your account in order to join the course.
INASP designs and runs capacity-development activities that cater to the needs and interests of students from a diverse array of backgrounds. We use methods that aim to increase active participation and foster an inclusive learning environment. We strive to value different experiences and perspectives, and to ensure respect for varying views.