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  • 1. what is research?
  • 2. research is the systematicinvestigation of anysubject
  • 3. some different research types
  • 4. fundamental / pureapplieddesign researchpractice based research
  • 5. qualitative vs quantitative
  • 6. inductive vs deductive vs abductive
  • 7. induction - observation > pattern > hypothesis > theorydeduction - theory > hypothesis > observation > confirmation
  • 8. synthesisdivergence convergence analysis
  • 9. research can be...
  • 10. descriptiverelationalcausaldecision makingprediction
  • 11. noticing, collecting, thinking
  • 12. sensemaking
  • 13. research approach
  • 14. understand contextask good questionsgain better insightsimprove situations
  • 15. being a good researcher?
  • 16. be inquisitiveread, then read morerefine skillscommunicate, clearly
  • 17. our research values
  • 18. 1 Be credible / be relevant2 Understand context3 Do less4 Make things open5 Work hard to make it simple6 Break things7 Be consistent, not uniform8 Make mistakes
  • 19. our research roles
  • 20. 1 researching (data collection, analysis)2 new funding and proposal writing3 report/paper/consultation writing4 reviewing publications5 general meetings e.g. PDR6 literature administration7 managing projects/researchers8 administering projects9 managing clients
  • 21. our general process
  • 22. 1 identify research opportunity2 establish research purpose/aim3 develop research questions4 develop conceptual/analytical framework5 undertake literature review6 collect data (different methods)7 analyse data and insights8 communicate (report, paper etc.)
  • 23. typical research tools
  • 24. 1 general (brain)2 writing (word, scrivner)3 bibliographic (zotero, mendeley)4 qualitative (nvivo, dedoose)5 quantitiative (spss, excel)6 visual (illustrator, Yed)
  • 25. understanding impact
  • 26. Research Outputs Research Transfer Research Outcomes Research Impacte.g. Discoveries, Engagement with New or improved Value-addedPublications, IP, end-users products, services or improvementsPatents, etc… processes achieved
  • 27. Research Outputs Research Transfer Research Outcomes Research Impacte.g. Discoveries, Engagement with New or improved Value-addedPublications, IP, end-users products, services or improvementsPatents, etc… processes achievedEconomic/ Licences, options, New products, Reduced riskCommercial assignments (no. and services (no.) value) Increased productivity Gross revenue Royalty agreements Reduced costs (no. and value) Start-ups/spin-outs (no. and revenue) Increased competitiveness Pilots, prototypes, clinical trials (no.) Joint ventures (no. Increased employment and revenue)Social/ Cultural/ Informing Changed practice in Reduced consumption ofEnvironmental/ government or waste management natural resources e.g. industry policy fossil fuels and water Uptake of recycling Engagement in techniques developed Reduced waste community groups New or improved Improved health and/or government policy wellbeing

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