Helen Kara is an experienced public speaker who is regularly invited to speak at events and has delivered keynote speeches on three continents. She usually talks about creative research methods or research ethics. Here are some recent examples.
July 2018 Keynote speech. Creative research methods in practice. Derby University.
May 2018 Keynote speech. Social media research ethics in context. King’s College, London.
April 2018 Keynote speech. Independent research and creative methods. University of Birmingham.
April 2018 Keynote speech. Creative research across disciplines. University of Southampton.
November 2017 Keynote speech. Creative and innovative research methods. British Sociological Association Postgraduate Forum.
October 2017 Invited speaker. Research ethics in practice. Social Research Association, Ireland.
May 2017 Keynote speech. Creative methods for doctoral research. Staffordshire University.
November 2016 Keynote speech. Are creative research methods the future for the HASS disciplines? RMIT, Melbourne, Australia.
May 2016 Keynote speech. Academic writing for pleasure. Staffordshire University.
January 2016 Invited speaker. Creative research methods. CES evaluation team.
November 2015 Invited speaker. Creative research methods. UK National Centre for Research Methods.
October 2015 Keynote speech. Creative research: finding ways to prove impact. Calgary Public Library
October 2015 Invited speaker. Creative research methods. NSPCC evaluation team.
October 2015 Invited speaker. Creative research methods. Social Research Association, Scotland.