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Reason #3 to look forward to the UCL Teaching and Learning Conference 2014: research methodology speed-dating

24 March 2014

Use the conference’s speed-dating system to find your perfect research methodological match

I love research methodology

Whether your loyalty lies with large data analysis or your heart belongs to narrative inquiry, the Teaching and Learning Conference’s speed-dating system will make it easy for you to find colleagues who share your research methodology from across UCL.

As well as benefiting your own research, finding the right person may help you inspire your students to investigate the world.

There will be a number of ways to get involved, including through email and Twitter. Look out for instructions when you arrive.

The UCL Teaching and Learning Conference 2014 will take place at the Bloomsbury Campus on 3 April. To book your place visit the registration site

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