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DIS PhD students receive an AHRC award to host a forum on Research Methods

March 5, 2010

A team of PhD students from the Department of Information Science has received an award from the Arts and Humanities Research Council. The award of £2000 will be used to host a collaborative forum on research methods in the Department of Information Science at Loughborough University.
The PhD students – Jo Barwick, Marianne Bamkin, Hanadi Buarki, Paul Parboteeah and Hui-Yun Sung – submitted their proposal in November 2009 to the Student-Led Initiative category of the AHRC’s Collaborative Research Training scheme. They are looking forward to hosting students from across the UK at Loughborough.
The 2-day event, which will be held in July 2010, will be an opportunity for Library and Information Science PhD students from UK institutions to share their experiences of the research process. There will be a formal programme of presentations and poster sessions, as well as informal opportunities for networking with fellow researchers

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