Data analysis and research efforts are integral parts of the project, with a general question of the contribution of the IPSAMOOCs to the dissemination of knowledge and fostering of critical thinking in Political Science as a discipline and (depending on available data) in the global society more broadly.
Outcomes of the research efforts were presented during the panel Overcoming Injustice at the European Consortium for Political Research (ECPR)’s 2019 General Conference in Wroclaw, Poland, and further research is conducted in cooperation with Federica WebLearning, with future presentations planned.
American Political Science Association (APSA) Teaching and Learning Conference 2020 | 7-9 February 2020 | Albuquerque, USA
Panel, Online Learning: Democratizing Global Access and Motivating Student Learning
UK Political Studies Association (PSA) Early Career Network Conference | 13-24 July 2020 | held virtually
Prerecorded presentation, part of the Online Teaching Workshop
IPSA World Congress 2021 | 10-14 July 2021 | Lisbon, Portugal
Panel, A Discipline Divided? Method, Subfield, Paradigm, and Political Cleavages within Political Science, convened by the IPSA Research Committee No. 33 on The Study of Political Science as a Discipline
Time and Room TBA