Added on: 14/05/2024 Publish Date: 2024 526 Cymraeg Yn Unig

Setting aims and objectives for researchers


A presentation by Dr Hanna Hopwood to postgraduate students to share advice on how to make the most of your time and energy when researching.

Dr Hanna Hopwood is a lecturer in the Department of Linguistics, University of Oxford. She is also a project manager and about to complete the ILM Level 7 in executive coaching and mentoring. In addition, she has followed several courses on Compassion Focused Therapy and incorporates the models from that teaching at every possible opportunity into her work every day.

This presentation encourages you to consider:

  • What kind of learner are you?
  • What is going to help you personally in setting your research goals and objectives?
  • What kind of atmosphere and study pattern works for you?
  • What can help set good habits?
  • How can you structure your time effectively?
  • What strategies can work when setting goals and objectives?
  • How can you make the most of your time and energy?

To accompany this resource, a live online workshop titled Setting Goals and Objectives for Researchers will be held with Dr Hanna Hopwood on 20 May at 11:00 to delve deeper into the above questions, and to share good practice and further advice.

Documents and links:

Collection Level
Higher Education
Collection belongs to
Cross-disciplinary, Research Skills Programme
Public Domain
mân lun hannah hopwood

Subscribe/Create Account

Please fill in your details below to receive email notifications about new resources.