EAWOP-CARMA Affiliate Program Benefits
Live Online Short Courses
One-hour sessions focusing on research methods and data analysis. The courses prioritize hands-on experience and practical application, providing an equal balance of lecture and lab time. Instructors are esteemed methodological scholars with expertise in organizational studies and management, some of whom have served as editors for top organizational journals. The list of CARMA Short Courses covers both introductory and advanced training on quantitative and qualitative topics, including rare content not readily available at other institutions. These courses also offer networking opportunities with leading scholars and peers in participants’ areas of interest.
Access over 250+ recorded lectures from esteemed scholars on various research methods in our Video Library since 2004. We’ve since improved the search and viewing process for a better user experience. Affiliate members can access videos on-demand from anywhere and test their understanding of concepts through quizzes. Our videos serve as a valuable resource for authors, reviewers, editors, and instructors and aid in enriching the learning experience.
Webcast Lecture Series offers annual live webcast lectures by esteemed methodologists. Designed for university faculty, graduate students, and researchers, these lectures cover introductory and advanced topics in research methods and data analysis, emphasizing practical application. Background readings, references, and slides will be available on the CARMA website before each lecture. We are currently offering 12 one-hour webcast lectures for the 2023-2024 year. Click here for more information.
Ph.D. Prep Panels for consist of live online events aimed at enhancing research methods knowledge and skills for success in doctoral studies and academia. The sessions cater to the specific needs of early, middle, and late-stage doctoral students, covering various topics such as developing a research pipeline, using multiple research methods, and aligning conceptual and empirical analysis in a thesis/dissertation. Additionally, the panels offer a networking opportunity for students from different schools, complementing their doctoral programs’ activities. Click here for 2023-2024 information.