Short course FTI Interpreting: Research Methods Executive Summer School
Provide participants with the necessary skills to design and complete an empirical research project, and give them ample opportunity to discuss their projects with experienced researchers
Principles of Good Research • Scales of Measurement • Quantitative Research • Experimental and Quasi-experimental Research • Experimental Design • Cause and Effect Relationships • Observation and Introspection • Correlations • Surveys •Making Sense of Data • Visualizing Data
Prof. Kilian SEEBER, Faculty of Translation and Interpreting (FTI), University of Geneva
This interactive and hands-on program comprises 8 hours of seminarstyle presentations and 16 hours of workshop-style exercises. The trainers will be available for individual questions during a full afternoon.
The traditional Summer School dinner (included) will take place on Tuesday 11 July
MA students at an advanced stage of their thesis or doctoral students at the beginning of their dissertation who want to engage in empirical research into interpreting.