• International Summer Program Rafael Altamira

    BUSINESS, ECONOMY AND SOCIETY:
    ISSUES FOR RESEARCH IN A KNOWLEDGE AND INFORMATION SOCIETY

    From July 2 to July 6

     

    Venue: University of Alicante campus.
    Classroom 2, first floor. Germán Bernácer Building
    (Campus map nº 36)
     

    Contact hours: 20 hours
     

    Registration: From March 15 until the course is full
    Online registration available:

    E-mail: summercourses@ua.es
     

     

     

    Director: Dra. Candelaria Sánchez Olmos
                   Dpto. Comunicación y Psicología Social
                 
      Universidad de Alicante, España.

     

    FACULTY

     

    * Classes taught in English

    Requirements: Intermediate English Level

     

    CLASSROOM

    Classroom nº 2. Germán Bernácer Building

     

    This doctorial seeks to promote and enhance consideration and open debate through a participatory strategy in the current context of research issues. It also aims to facilitate cooperation and networking between PhD  professors and students.

    In this sense, the purpose of this summer program is to build an exchange partnership between the University of Alicante's  Economy, Business, Communication doctoral program and the Caledonian University's Economy, Business, Communication doctoral program based on the teaching and supervision of PhD students from both universities in order to develop the best practices and academic expertise.

    The idea is to see what each University has to offer and to adopt the best methods and practices from each institution.  This exchange of expertise will be based on improving the PhD experience from the perspective of both supervisors and students. 

    This is an opportunity to share experiences and look at how every day research problems can be resolved.  Our intention to learn from each other whilst creating new materials and recognising good practices at every stage of the PhD process.

     

    MONDAY 2    
    4.00 - 4.30 pm   Introduction to the Summer Course
    Candelaria Sánchez Olmos & Felipe Ruiz. University of Alicante
    4.30 - 6.30 pm  

    Is the case study a legitimate research approach or simply a good story?
    Keith Halcro. Glasgow Caledonian University

    6:30 - 7:00 pm   Break
    7:00 - 9:00 pm  

    International mobility programmes: A personal experience
    Zuzzana Cejmer. Glasgow Caledonian University

         
    TUESDAY 3    
    4:00 - 6:00 pm  

    Systematic Literature Reviews
    Lindsey Carey. Glasgow Caledonian University

    6:00 - 6:30 pm   Break
    6.30 - 8:30 pm  

    Qualitative data collection and analysis
    Julie Mc Coll. Glasgow Caledonian University

         
    WEDNESDAY  4  

     


    11.00 am - 6.00 pm   

       

     

    Cultural Activity

    THURSDAY 5    

    4:00 - 6:00 pm

      

     

    Navigating the Doctoral Experience: The Importance of Having a Positive Approach
    Irene García. Glasgow Caledonian University

    6:00 - 6:30 pm   Break
    6:30 - 8:30 pm   Workshop: Audio Sculpture in Map of the Sounds of Tokyo, by Isabel Coixet
    Patricia Hart. Purdue University
         
    FRIDAY 6    
    4:00 - 9:00 pm   How to create video contents easily and spread your research/academic project
        Javier Cabrera & Óscar Oncina. El Taller Audiovisual
    9:00 - 9:30 pm   Course closure
       

    Dra. Candelaria Sánchez Olmos. Course Director

     

     

    EVALUATION: Your grade in this class will depend on your class attendance, performance on a final exam and a presentation (team work).

     

     

     

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    Facultad de Ciencias Económicas y Empresariales

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