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How our Webinars work

We regularly run webinars around identified areas of interest that can be attended for free.

Webinars have an interactive format to allow participants to connect, share, and make sense of the respective topics covered.

We understand that questions arise at specific points along your research journey.

To help you explore your unique challenges and get your questions answered, we're happy to repeat any of the below topics as a live webinar.

Just let us know your preferred date to Schedule a live webinar.

If you are interested in a particular topic that was not covered thus far, please drop us a note.

Next webinars

05
December
2020
Addressing Viva feedback
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12:00 - 13:00 GMT
This webinar will assist doctoral students in:  Understanding what the examiners are looking for? Understanding the...
19
December
2020
Tackling Wicked Problems - ... or how to nail jelly to the wall
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12:00 - 13:00 GMT
This webinar will assist doctoral students in:  Understanding the Wickedness of problems. Working with Wicked Proble...
09
January
2021
Issue Identification, Problematizing and Research Question Framing
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12:00 - 13:00 GMT
This webinar will assist doctoral students in:  Learn how to identify and articulate workplace-based issues.  P...

Past webinars

21
November
2020
Stop speaking through the literature: engaging in critical analytics
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12:00 - 13:00 GMT
This webinar will assist doctoral students in:  Understand the difference between summarizing and reporting versus cr...
19
September
2020
Addressing Viva feedback
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11:00 - 12:00 GMT
This webinar will assist doctoral students in:  Understanding what the examiners are looking for? Understanding the...
22
August
2020
Tackling Wicked Problems - ... or how to nail jelly to the wall
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11:00 - 12:00 GMT
This webinar will assist doctoral students in:  Understanding the Wickedness of problems. Working with Wicked Proble...
08
August
2020
Formulating Research Questions - Some Basics, Techniques and Practical Examples
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11:00 - 12:00 GMT
This presentation aims at introducing the basic principles of Formulating Research Questions, and it can be applied generally...
18
July
2020
Issue Identification, Problematizing and Research Question Framing
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11:00 - 12:00 GMT
This webinar will assist doctoral students in:  Learn how to identify and articulate workplace-based issues.  P...
04
July
2020
The research problem and the solution bias
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11:00 - 12:00 GMT
This webinar will assist doctoral students in:  Understanding what a research problem is. Staying focused and on tra...
20
June
2020
Doing Research [not Development] – getting your research focused
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11:00 - 12:00 GMT
This webinar provides an introduction on how to Do Research [not Development] and so to get your research focused. Part...
06
June
2020
Getting major changes in the Viva and how to address these
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11:00 - 12:00 GMT
This webinar will assist doctoral students in:  Understanding the reasons leading for getting major changes. Interpr...
16
May
2020
Mirroring as a mean to build up your thesis
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11:00 - 12:00 GMT
This webinar will assist doctoral students in:  Understanding how the different parts of the thesis relate to each ot...
25
April
2020
Stop speaking through the literature: engaging in critical analytics
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11:00 - 12:00 GMT
This webinar will assist doctoral students in:  Understand the difference between summarizing and reporting versus cr...
04
April
2020
How to Identify and Defend your Research Methods and Methodologies
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11:00 - 12:00 GMT
This webinar will assist doctoral students in:  Identifying and defending research methods.  Understanding the...
21
March
2020
Formulating Research Questions - Some Basics, Techniques and Practical Examples
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12:00 - 13:00 GMT
This presentation aims at introducing the basic principles of Formulating Research Questions, and it can be applied generally...
15
February
2020
Tackling Wicked Problems - ... or how to nail jelly to the wall
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12:00 - 13:00 GMT
This webinar will assist doctoral students in:  Understanding the Wickedness of problems. Working with Wicked Proble...
01
February
2020
My Viva is soon. And now?
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12:00 - 13:00 GMT
This webinar will provide some insights on the Viva. It is structured alongside three topics: Take 1: The basics of...
21
December
2019
Data-Literature Mirroring – a back and front juggle
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12:00 - 13:00 GMT
This webinar will shed some light on the back and front juggle that will allow you to gradually mirror out the structure of y...
04
December
2019
The Thesis Proposal – Initial Compilation and Subsequent Execution
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18:00 - 19:00 GMT
In this webinar we will be looking into this conversion process so to understand the critical elements of your initial thesis...
23
November
2019
The Thesis Proposal – Initial Compilation and Subsequent Execution
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12:00 - 13:00 GMT
In this webinar we will be looking into this conversion process so to understand the critical elements of your initial thesis...
06
November
2019
Doing Research [not Development] – getting your research focused
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18:00 - 19:00 GMT
This webinar provides an introduction on how to Do Research [not Development] and so to get your research focused. Part...
02
November
2019
Doing Research [not Development] – getting your research focused
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12:15 - 13:00 GMT
This webinar provides an introduction on how to Do Research [not Development] and so to get your research focused. Part...
02
October
2019
Formulating Research Questions - Some Basics, Techniques and Practical Examples
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11:00 - 12:00 GMT
This presentation aims at introducing the basic principles of Formulating Research Questions, and it can be applied gene...
21
September
2019
Formulating Research Questions - Some Basics, Techniques and Practical Examples
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11:00 - 12:00 GMT
This presentation aims at introducing the basic principles of Formulating Research Questions, and it can be applied gene...
04
September
2019
How to Identify and Defend your Research Methods and Methodologies
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11:00 - 12:00 GMT
This webinar will assist doctoral students in:  Identifying and defending research methods.  Understanding the...
24
August
2019
How to Identify and Defend your Research Methods and Methodologies
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11:00 - 12:00 GMT
This webinar will assist doctoral students in:  Identifying and defending research methods.  Understanding the...
14
August
2019
Getting major changes in the Viva and how to address these
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11:00 - 12:00 GMT
This webinar will assist doctoral students in:  Understanding the reasons leading for getting major changes. Interpr...
03
August
2019
Getting major changes in the Viva and how to address these
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11:00 - 12:00 GMT
This webinar will assist doctoral students in:  Understanding the reasons leading for getting major changes. Interpr...
17
July
2019
The research problem and the solution bias
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11:00 - 12:00 GMT
This webinar will assist doctoral students in:  Understanding what a research problem is. Staying focused and on tra...
13
July
2019
The research problem and the solution bias
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11:00 - 13:00 GMT
This webinar will assist doctoral students in:  Understanding what a research problem is. Staying focused and on tra...
29
June
2019
Stop speaking through the literature: engaging in critical analytics
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11:00 - 12:00 GMT
This webinar will assist doctoral students in:  Understand the difference between summarizing and reporting versus cr...
01
June
2019
Issue Identification, Problematizing and Research Question Framing
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11:00 - 12:00 GMT
This webinar will assist doctoral students in:  Learn how to identify and articulate workplace-based issues.  P...
11
May
2019
Quantitative data analysis
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11:00 - 12:00 GMT
This webinar will assist doctoral students in:  Getting an introduction to quantitative research methods Unders...
13
April
2019
Mirroring as a mean to build up your thesis
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11:00 - 12:00 GMT
This webinar will assist doctoral students in:  Understanding how the different parts of the thesis relate to each ot...
16
March
2019
Addressing Viva feedback
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12:00 - 13:00 GMT
This webinar will assist doctoral students in:  Understanding what the examiners are looking for? Understanding the...
16
February
2019
Tackling Wicked Problems
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12:00 - 13:00 GMT
This webinar will assist doctoral students in:  Understanding the Wickedness of problems. Working with Wicked Proble...
26
January
2019
Designing and implementing your quantitative research
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12:00 - 13:00 GMT
Participants in this webinar will gain a better understanding on:  What is a Quantitative Study?  What are the...
05
January
2019
Qualitative data analysis
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12:00 - 13:00 GMT
Participants in this webinar will gain a better understanding on:  The nature of qualitative research. What do we do...
08
December
2018
Staying motivated for the thesis duration
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12:00 - 13:00 GMT
Participants in this webinar will gain a better understanding on:  How to become motivated? Staying Motivated and de...
10
November
2018
Designing and implementing your mixed research
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12:00 - 13:00 GMT
Participants in this webinar will gain a better understanding on:  What is Mixed Methods Research (MMR)? What is the...
20
October
2018
Designing and implementing your quantitative research
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12:00 - 13:00 GMT
Participants in this webinar will gain a better understanding on:  Designing your research instrument (what we loosel...
22
September
2018
Developing your thesis proposal
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11:00 - 12:00 GMT
Participants in this webinar will gain a better understanding on:  To know how to systematically develop your thesis...
25
August
2018
My Viva is soon. And now?
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11:00 - 12:00 GMT
Participants in this webinar will gain a better understanding on:  The basics of a Viva by Dr Ana Faria. Reflections...
28
July
2018
Chapter Content/order
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11:00 - 12:00 GMT
Participants in this webinar will gain a better understanding on: What is the purpose/rationale/relevance of the thesis?&n...
30
June
2018
How to identify and defend your research methods and methodology?
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18:00 - 19:00 GMT
Participants in this webinar will gain a better understanding on how to: (i)  Understand that (a) identifying, (b) just...
02
June
2018
Literature Review
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18:00 - 19:00 GMT
Participants in this webinar will gain a better understanding on: Critical thinking – use of critical thinking in un...
19
May
2018
Formulating Research Question/s
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18:00 - 19:00 GMT
This presentation aims at introducing the basic principles of Formulating Research Questions, and it can be applied gene...
07
April
2018
Chapter Content/order
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18:00 - 19:00 GMT
Participants in this webinar will gain a better understanding on: What is the purpose/rationale/relevance of the thesis?&n...
14
March
2018
The Structure of the Thesis
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19:00 - 20:00 GMT
Participants in this webinar will gain a better understanding on: What is the purpose/rationale/relevance of the thesis?&n...
18
November
2017
The Research Problem Statement
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19:00 - 20:00 GMT
This webinar will assist doctoral students in:  Understanding what a research problem is. Staying focused and on tra...

What our Scholars say

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Anonymous

Thesis stage: Data Collection and Analysis

Successfully completing the modules required by University of Liverpool
DBA programme was elating. I was looking forward to completing my thesis
as a Doctoral Candidate with great enthusiasm but I do believe with a
large dose of naivety . The weekly Saturday submissions, the action
learning groups, the literature reviews and CAL submissions required by
the modules not only guided my learning but also provided structure, I
knew exactly what was expected of me from the university , my learning
set and module tutor, furthermore procrastination was not an option.
 
The thesis phase has a lot less structure, it is very much under your
own
control and I did feel "lost" without the support of a tutor and my
learning set peers, with little understanding of how to move forward.
Although the previous two years of modules provided me with a skill to
conduct research , apply research to practice and write up a critical
review of the literature )at a level acceptable to that of a doctoral
student), I was somewhat unsure of the way forward, made even worse by
a poor experience with my first supervisor.
 
My new supervisor has been invaluable to getting me "back on track".
However, the DoctorateHub has also supported this process , and has been
key to improving my understanding of what is required of a Thesis
submission, including: development of my thesis problem and proposal,
chapter development , the detail required in each chapter, structure of
the thesis and the preparation for ViVo. The most important contribution
from DoctorateHub is the access to the expertise of qualified ,
experienced PHD and doctorate professionals. A huge part of the
DoctorateHub experience is the interactive webinars, held on a regular
basis. The opportunity to interact with your peers whilst also learning
from the professionals is priceless and provides me with support,
guidance, structure and most important motivation. I learn from each
Webinar , even if the specific Webinar may not be in-line with my Thesis
progress.
 
My fellow cohort members and other peers on the DBA programme I am in
contact with , will know that I attend most webinars, and encourage them
too, because I obtain such great value from the sessions. The blogs, and
other info offered by DoctorateHub also provides me with much needed
guidance, as well as the opportunity to hear from other students about
their experiences and their advice. I highly recommend joining the
DoctorateHub and using the tools provided.
J

Jacqueline

Thesis stage: Data Collection and Analysis

Webinar attendant.

"Working with the DoctorateHub, a range of webinars have been presented and scheduled to cover topics of interest to Doctoral students.

The content and benefits have been invaluable as we progress through our doctoral journey."

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Enock S.

Thesis stage: Ethics Clearance Granted

I have enjoyed the journey of being with you in my study.

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Aloma

Thesis stage: Addressing Viva Feedback

It is a pleasure compiling this recommendation for the Doctorate Hub. Its Professors are vigilant and strategic thinkers with an eye for detail and a devotion to their careers. They have the capability and expert knowledge to teach a variety of subjects across a faculty, and their curiosity of expanding the horizon never diminishes. The Hub has an incredible ability to draw on their own experiences and observations to develop thoughtful opinions on a variety of encounters. Aloma Jayasundera

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Cari

Thesis stage: Addressing Viva Feedback

Each webinar and contact with Doctorate Hub has always been instrumental in my progress throughout my thesis journey. I only wish the service had been available at the beginning of my DBA, as I would have participated in every support aspect on offer including the mock viva. On the other hand, the Doctorate Hub has been key in clarifying the research challenges I was facing and always met my urgent deadlines with prompt supportive responses. This is an excellent service and I highly recommend it to other DBA students at any stage of their studies. I am very thankful for the team at the Doctorate Hub and wish continued growth and success.

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Sona

Thesis stage: Viva Preparation

I have been attending several webinars of Doctorate HUB and also used the Full Thesis Review and the Mock Viva services. Doctorate HUB always delivered and it was extremely helpful for me. I could not make it through the Viva without these 2 services. Dr Andreas, Dr Ana and Dr Nii were extremely helpful with their feedback and suggestions during the review and mock exam. The Mock exam added lots of confidence for me and also helped with the strategy on how to answer difficult questions. I am very happy with how I dealt with the questions at the real Viva, and major part of it was due to the rehearsal with the Doctorate Hub. I have had a bit of 'light touch' feedback from my primary supervisor and the Doctorates Full Thesis review helped me a lot to re-construct the thesis to achieve much more professional and presentable version before the submission. Overall I am very happy that I have been referred to Doctorate Hub services and this has helped me a lot during my thesis stage. Many thanks to all involved !

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Eneire O.

Thesis stage: Initial Research Plan

I have just signed up to this hub and it has been insightful. It was quite daunting at first and I’m thinking if do -able. But with me in this platform I can foresee a clearer future. Thanks to the organisers
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Avgoustinos S.

Thesis stage: Viva Preparation

Very enriching content, meaningful and applicable.
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abegail S.

Thesis stage: Research Problem and Question Framing

i am going to engage more of doctorate hub webinars in the future and even review past webinars because i know these will help me a lot in my research journey
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PATRICK S.

Thesis stage: Viva Preparation

I recently joined the Webinars, only attended four sessions and I am finding them very useful for my PhD study
P

PATRICK S.

Thesis stage: Data Collection and Analysis

It's a very good forum, keep it up.
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Saidamin

Thesis stage: Initial Research Plan

I am privileged to have attended the webinar by DoctorateHub where I learned VIVA Feedback as a very good mechanism to ensure that research paper of the students will have a better impact in the society if they are properly guided by their supervisors. Given this scenario, inclusion of this as a policy must be in place including monitoring and evaluation of the same.
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Dr.Ko P.

Thesis stage: PostDoc & Continued Training

Excellent.Thanks a lot.

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