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Advanced research methods

Website:website containing additional information
Course code:INFOARM
Credits:7.5 ECTS
Period:period 2 (week 46 through 5, i.e., 12-11-2018 through 1-2-2019; retake week 16)
Timeslot:C
Participants:up till now 94 subscriptions
Schedule:Official schedule representation can be found in Osiris
Teachers:
formgrouptimeweekroomteacher
lecture   Tue 13.15-15.0046 RUPPERT-A Luz Marcela Ruiz Carmona
Pawe? W. Wo?niak
47-51 ANDRO-C101
2-4 ANDRO-C101
Thu 9.00-10.4546 RUPPERT-A
47 EDUC-THEATRON
48-49 EDUC-THEATRON
50-51 EDUC-THEATRON
2 RUPPERT-040
3-4 EDUC-THEATRON
tutorial group 1 Tue 15.15-17.0046-51 RUPPERT-C Luz Marcela Ruiz Carmona
studentassistent LB
2-4 RUPPERT-C
Thu 11.00-12.4546-51 UNNIK-209
2-4 UNNIK-209
group 2 Tue 15.15-17.0046-51 RUPPERT-B studentassistent TA
2-4 RUPPERT-B
Thu 11.00-12.4546-51 RUPPERT-134
2-4 RUPPERT-134
Exam:
week: 5Tue 29-1-201913.30-16.30 uurroom: EDUC-BETA
week: 16Tue 16-4-201913.30-16.30 uurroom: EDUC-ALFAretake exam
Contents:

Research is curiosity-driven; it is about studying phenomena while becoming the creator of novel inventions. The advanced research methods course provides an initial research experience in the framework of the Master in Business Informatics program. The research methods prevalent in the field of information science (quantitative, qualitative, and design science) are taught. Based on the knowledge in this course and related courses, students can make a well-founded choice for their graduation research, and professional career.

During your studies and professional career, you will come across research in its various manifestations. To learn about how to properly conduct a research project, you need to read about it, and practice by means of exercises and assignments. In the advanced research methods course you will follow systematic protocols for designing and executing a research project. In the context of this course, students will design a comparative-based experiment to validate an artefact in context. This course consists of a combination of lectures, lab sessions, coaching sessions with the teachers, one research assignment, one world café session, and one exam.

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