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Self-education can be decent and in many ways a better alternative non-formal education, whether it be a second degree or advanced training courses.

Why self-education is better?

  • It gives you knowledge that is much more relevant. Now, most new ideas, appearing in people’s minds, first discussed in conversations, blogs and articles.
  • Self-education allows you to make an unique and suitable educational program. Self-education provides more motivation for training. Although there is no effect of self-education, “trainer” (which serve as teachers) and material involvement (not sorry to quit), motivation to study with him still more. Due to the relevance of self-identity and more effectively. Do you understand how to use each letter of the knowledge gained. You clearly feel the benefits of learning, and it gives you the strength to continue it.
  • Self-expanding circle of friends. The second highest range of your limited your group of like-minded, self-learning and for you to share ideas over the Internet with the world.
  • Self-education makes it possible to learn from the best. 

Although there is no effect of self-education, “trainer” (which serve as teachers) and material involvement (not sorry to quit), motivation to study with him still more.For instance to review the best writing companies at British essay writer. Due to the relevance of self-identity and more effectively. Do you understand how to use each letter of the knowledge gained. You clearly feel the benefits of learning, and it gives you the strength to continue it.

  • Self-education makes it possible to manage your schedule. The existence of a timetable imposed by the formal training is necessary and for self-learning in order to achieve sustainable results.
  • Self-education is free. Additionally, the courses, self-learning and development requires your time. In traditional training, you have to lay out even money.

 

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Dear Method space users

I am a student and currently analyzing data collected for my thesis. I need your help on following issues: 1. Is it legitimate to use Likert scale/ Likert-type items data in parametric such as t-test, ANOVA? 2. Is it legitimate to combine (Strongly disagree + disagree, neutral, agree + strongly agree) and report as (agree, neutral and disagree) categories? Thank you in advance

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South African Universities today are battling to meet the needs of a diverse group of students. Some of whom received excellent training in qualitative research and some who hardly received any training at all. To make matters worse when writing their dissertations students lack role models and experience academic and social alienation and lack of support services. This is especially true for students who have little contact with other students and staff members. Resent research emphasized the importance of on-line learning through shared experiences and building virtual communities of learning. Apart from developing a sense of identity, cohesion and belonging needed for learning, being part of an e-learning group should help the student to foster an understanding of issues involved in qualitative research and develop the critical and reflective skills needed to write a dissertation.

In an effort to address the above mentioned problems QualiQuest a unique qualitative research e-learning site was designed for the University of Pretoria and will be facilitated by my husband, Prof Willem Schurink and myself. This site helps them to become aware of the new developments on the qualitative research horizon and it also aims to by means of e-portfolios empower the students to share their ideas and assist other students.

We intend to launch the site soon! Please visit our draft site at www.up.ac.za/qualiquest

for more detail. Your comments will be appreciated.

Willem and Evanthe Schurink from sunny South Africa

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