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Two free toolkits for mixed method researchers

We’ve now finished two ‘toolkits’ on different aspects of life as a mixed method researcher. The first one, ‘Practical considerations of leading and working on mixed method teams‘ we think of as a bit of a survival guide to working in mixed method projects: http://www.manchester.ac.uk/realities/resources/toolkits/mixed-method-working/ (let me know if you identify with any of the […]

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Resources on qualitative/mixed methods approaches for teachers and PhD supervisors

Dear allWe’ve recently collected together some of our online resources that people have told us they find useful either to support research methods taught modules, for postgraduate discussion seminars, or to pass on to PhD students. They are clustered in the areas of qualitative and mixed methods approaches in general with topics including visual methods, […]

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New Realities toolkit on working on, leading, and generally surviving mixed methods projects!

This toolkit deals with the pitfalls that can make mixed methods projects more complicated than single-method studies. It covers practical challenges such as: the importance of teamwork; the need to allow for extra time; issues around data analysis and integration; and publishing from mixed methods projects. http://www.manchester.ac.uk/realities/resources/toolkits/mixed-method-working/

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Dedoose Version 1 Launched! – Web 2.0 research software

Dedoose is here and was designed by professional academic researchers for a wide range of research in the social sciences. Also, because collaboration and low-cost are fundamental to its design, Dedoose is ideal for team research and classroom applications in the teaching of research methods. Web 2.0 research software? Web 2.0 means Dedoose is built […]

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Grounded Theory Online.

I am chuffed as buttons to have launched www.groundedtheoryonline.com last Friday from Los Angeles airport, California (though am now back in my office/cupboard in deepest West Sussex). Through the site, Fellows of the Grounded Theory Institute – with the endorsement of Barney Glaser and the Institute – offer methodological support to post doc researchers, supervisors, […]

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Publishing in the Journal of Mixed Methods – 5th Annual International Mixed Methods Conference: A blog

Donna Mertens is one of the two new editors of the Journal of Mixed Methods Research and her presentation on Friday afternoon was quite apart from the others I had attended in the sense it had a very direct and practical application as is suggested by the title of the session ‘Publishing in the Journal […]

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