First, please let me apologise for the group email….
Second, I recently participated as a ‘guinea pig’ to pilot workshops/seminars for the AAG’s helpful intervention entitled ‘Geography Methods during a Pandemic’. It is a great and worthwhile initiative and I thought some Australian and NZ colleagues might be interested in signing up to develop and convene a virtual seminar or virtual workshop for (post)graduate students (as described below and more comprehensively through the link the message below). I appreciate that for many of you this AAG call to be involved comes at a poor time and I certainly don’t want to be adding to your load but perhaps some of you have some flexibility and scope to be involved. I certainly got the impression that the students who participated in the pilot workshops really valued this initiative and I am sure participants would welcome the opportunity to draw from your expertise as well as to communicate with other student-researchers sharing similar COVID-19-related research challenges.
Please note that I cannot provide any information over and above that set out below.
All the best Iain Hay
CFP October 15: Instructors for Research Methods in a Pandemic AAG Learning Series: Geography Methods during a Pandemic Graduate students have... -posted to the "Rest of World (not US or Canada)" community