Message posted on 28/02/2024

Free webinar: How to bring creativity to your research journey

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Free webinar: How to bring creativity to your research journey Join us at 10:30am, Monday, 18 March for this essential webinar. Chaired by bestselling author Helen Kara, experienced creative researchers will shed light on what it means to bring creativity to both theory and practice, and provide the tools that will allow you to embark on this journey.

A recording of the webinar will be sent to all registrants. Find out more and register.

Our Social Research Methods list offers student guides as well as scholarly books that are concerned with research practice and culture. It brings both students and academics new ways of thinking about research and approaching projects.

You may also be interested in our Student Resources and free and Open Access content on our digital platform, Bristol University Press Digital.

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