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Research Bootcamp

Creating Rural Connections

Through Research

New to research? Want to brush up your research skills?

CANCELLED Due to lack of registrants — for those who registered we will be contacting you and refunding your registration fee.

Are you a new or student researcher? Are you interested in networking with other researchers across the province? This informative one-day seminar is a must-attend — experienced researchers will cover interesting topics and encourage discussion and interaction. Topics include:
1)    The process to develop a research project
2)    Writing a funding proposal
3)    Managing a research project
4)    Writing your  report and paper

ARDN is hosting this event in partnership with Medicine Hat College, the University of Alberta, Grande Prairie Regional College, and the University of Calgary.

Email Paul Watson for more information.

"The Research Bootcamp was a well-structured and useful course. It is beneficial to beginners or people with experience wishing to develop further. It was delivered by experienced researchers in different areas, balancing the contents of the course really well with a practical and holistic approach. I would have no doubts in recommending this course. Thank you ARDN."
- Andreia Moretzsohn, IMG Research Coordinator, University of Alberta



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