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  • Persoon typt op een laptop

    Writing understandably for a general audience (B1 level) - group course

    In this course, you will learn how to adjust your writing style to make your texts easier to read. You will learn how to remain focused on the core of your message and how to translate complex issues into everyday language.

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  • Overleg

    Inclusive communication - group course

    The Inclusive Communication Training Course will increase your awareness of inclusiveness and will provide you with the insights and tools that will help you to communicate more inclusively.

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  • Brein met woorden

    Course: Our Precious Brain

    This course will introduce you to how the brain works, how scientists try to unravel how brain activity contributes to human behaviour and what methods they use to do this.

  • Professionals in gesprek

    Course: Young Leadership for Sustainability

    During the Young Leadership for Sustainability course, you will learn how to motivate others to create sustainable change and innovation, how to strengthen the leading community and what your own motives are in this.

  • Advanced text analysis (RSS1.18)

    Classical content analysis used to be an expensive (monetarily and computationally) method.

  • Excellence beyond borders

    Advances in environmental life cycle modelling (RSS3-04.01)

    Focused on understanding the strengths and limitations of determining environmental impacts of a product with Life Cycle Assessment methods, this course will provide you state-of- art insights in inventory modelling, input-output modelling.

  • An introduction to the theory and practice of Personal Science

    An introduction to the theory and practice of Personal Science (RSS00.08)

    Explore Personal Science this summer! Join our course to discover the fascinating intersection of self-observation and data analysis.

  • MethodsNet + RSS

    Analytical Pragmatism: An Introduction to Relational Social Science (RSS00.04)

    In this course you will be exploring one alternative way of doing social science with roots in the analytical approach of Max Weber and the reflections of key pragmatist thinkers.

  • Applied Social Network Analysis (RSS1.10)

    Social Network Analysis is a very useful research framework, strongly rooted in interdisciplinary theory, data, and practice. In this one-week summer course, you will learn about the power and limitations of a scientific research framework.

  • Applied evaluation research design and methods (RSS2.02)

    In an ever more complex world, evaluation plays a crucial role in making better informed decisions This course will enable you to decide which evaluation approach, research strategy and corresponding methods are appropriate

  • Basic dosimetry and radiobiology for radionuclide therapy

    Basic dosimetry and radiobiology for radionuclide therapy (RSS3.07) - Sold out

    In this course you will obtain basic understanding of dosimetry and radiobiology for targeted radionuclide therapy to apply in research and daily clinical practice.

  • Big Data: Data Collection, Scraping and APIs in R (RSS1.08)

    This summer course covers advanced techniques of web scraping and algorithm auditing and is tailored for social scientists.

  • Big Data: Introduction to Text Analysis (RSS2.07)

    The course will introduce statistical models for network data and other data with complex dependence among observations. A range of models will be discussed theoretically, in application and using R.

  • Causal Inference with Natural Experiments: DiD, RDD, IV, and Matched Designs (RSS2.05)

    This course introduces quantitative causal inference using observational data in the social and economic sciences.

  • MethodsNet + RSS

    Comparative Historical Analysis (RSS00.09)

    It introduces the key CHA tools, contrasts with conventional variance-based approach, and helps you to apply them to your problem-driven and hence most likely, historical projects

  • Comparative Research Designs: Building and Implementing your Comparative Project from A to Z (RSS1.06)

    This hands-on, interactive course enables you to develop, consolidate and implement the comparative research design that best meets your needs, from the early stages to its completion: thinking comparatively (‘why compare’?).

  • MethodsNet + RSS

    Crash Course in R – A Gentle Introduction (RSS00.06)

    The course covers the basics of programming in R. Besides that, it also covers working in RMarkdown, which allows you to generate an entire research paper with RStudio.

  • Critical discourse Analysis: Texts, contexts and power (RSS1.16)

    This course offers a comprehensive, practical introduction to qualitative CDS.

  • Defending the rule of law in Europe

    Defending the rule of law in Europe (RSS3.02)

    The rule of law has been under pressure in Europe. Countries have taken measures that undermine the independence of the judiciary and the protection of human rights. This course focuses on how the rule of law can be bolstered.

  • MethodsNet + RSS

    Doing Case Study Research in the Social Sciences (RSS2.04)

    In this summer course you will learn the important building blocks of qualitative case study research.