Upcoming MethodsNET endorsed events (encouraging excellence, pluralism and not-for-profit)
Besides organizing or co-organizing its own events, MethodsNET is keen on encouraging excellence in methods training, by endorsing other events that meet three core criteria in line with our guiding principles: (1) providing excellence in training; (2) embracing methodological pluralism; and (3) following a not-for-profit logic and making training accessible at an affordable cost.
Ecole interdisciplinaire outils et méthodes, Aug 29-Sep 3, 2022
The 2nd edition of the EIOM, jointly organized by the École supérieure d’études internationales (ESEI) and the Chaire de leadership en enseignement des sciences sociales numériques (CLESSN), takes place at the Université Laval (Québec), 29 August – 3 September 2022. It aims at promoting empirical research methods in the Francophone academic sphere. This 1-week, French-language intensive program consists of three parallel training streams (mixed methods, data science, causal inference) complemented by some transversal workshops.
Konstanz Methods Excellence Workshops (KOMEX) – March 2-10, 2023 (in-person & online)
Running for a second time, the courses are designed to provide participants with excellent, inclusive, and affordable methods training and bring the methodological aspects of their research projects to the next level.
In-person courses (March 6-10): Comparative Case Study Design (Eva Thomann), Mathematics for Political Science (Jan Vogler), Applied Data Management for Social Scientists (Eda Keremoglu, Anna-Lena Hönig), Crowd-Sourced Text Analysis (Alex Horn, Martin Haselmayer)
Online courses (March 6-10): QCA (Ioana-Elena Oana, Carsten Q. Schneider), Introduction to Causal Process Tracing (Derek Beach), Introduction to Interpretive Research (Mathilde Cecchini), Survey Design (Levente Littvay)
Online Short Course (March 2-3 / TBC): A Basic Introduction to R for Beginners (Akos Mate)