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|Workshop Name||Abstraction in the research process: Understanding conceptual and theoretical frameworks|
|About Workshop||What are the fundamental differences between conceptual and theoretical frameworks? How do we use these constructs in research? In this workshop, we aim to provide clarity and discuss how these essential constructs shape the type and quality of research outcomes.
Participants will have the opportunity to explore and discuss:
• The role of abstraction in academic research and in their own research
• The meanings and purposes of concepts and theories
• The purposes and functions of conceptual and theoretical frameworks
• The key differences between these frameworks
Participants may join via Zoom.
|Who Should Attend||University of Otago researchers and postgraduate students|
|Date & Time||
22/01/2020 Wednesday 09:00AM - 12:00PM
HEDC Seminar Room, 65 Union Place West, Dunedin and via Zoom (https://otago.zoom.us/j/7096505662)
|Facilitators||Assoc. Prof. Ben Daniel and Dr Navé Wald, Higher Education Development Centre|