The University of Southampton is offering a free online course on Developing Your Research Project. There are no specific course requirements, other than a curious disposition and desire to undertake some academic research.
The course will support you with every step of the research process, from developing a hypothesis and finding sources to writing up and presenting one’s findings. This course will start on 16 Sep 2021.
Course At Glance
Length: 8 weeks
Effort: 1 hours/week
Subject: Developing Your Research Project
Institution: University of Southampton and Future learn
Certificate Available: Yes
Session: Course starts on 16 Sep 2021
Southampton is a place for ambitious people keen to stretch their intellectual abilities and help change the world.
From the birthplace of the technologies which drive the Internet to ground-breaking medical breakthroughs in conditions such as cancer, Alzheimer’s and asthma, the University of Southampton has spent the last 60 years changing the world.
About This Course
Curiosity is one of humanity’s most important characteristics. It has enabled us to make the unknown known, to break barriers and to shine a light on all aspects of life, from our day to day hobbies to the exploration of the stars. Our innate desire to explore is responsible for many of our proudest achievements. This course will help train you to harness your curiosity and use it to undertake your own research projects in a scholarly manner.
Why Take This Course?
This is a free online course. This MOOC will be offered with Video Transcripts in English. Applicants can get a verified certificate.
By the end of the course, you’ll be able to…
- Develop a research hypothesis
- Formulate research questions
- Summaries a research proposal
- Assess the validity of a research proposal
- Justify the choice of a specific research methodology
- Explore academic literature about a specific research subject
- Prepare a presentation to illustrate the key components of your specific research project
There are no specific course requirements, other than a curious disposition and desire to undertake some academic research.
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