The Textbook and Academic Authors Association (TAA) members met to discuss writing and recognize excellent books. Congratulations to SAGE writers who won this award!Continue Reading
Qualitative Approaches to Policy Research in Education: Contesting the Evidence-Based, Neoliberal Regime (Kerrigan & Johnson, 2018) Abstract: This issue highlights problems with the neoliberal research regime in education policy—one that marginalizes, homogenizes, and dismisses communities, critical voices, and methodologies that could improve educational practice. We argue for greater methodological diversity in policy studies when engaging […]Continue Reading
JS. In the introduction to this special issue, you state: “These political and discursive interventions in education, however, are not solely to blame for the dismissal of qualitative inquiry. Some of this blame must be apportioned to researchers themselves.” Can you make suggestions for researchers who want to conduct qualitative or mixed methods research, but fear […]Continue Reading
Academia has a problem. Seven thousand papers are published every day and let’s face it; no one has the time to read abstract after abstract to find the research that they’re seeking.
Here’s where Graphical Abstracts come in. A graphical abstract is a visual summary of a written abstract, aiming to quickly and clearly convey the key message.Continue Reading
We’ll build on the May theme of visuals and visualizations by looking at a wide range of creative & arts-based research methods in June and July. We’ll explore all stages of research, from design to dissemination and look at examples that use qualitative, quantitative, multimodal, and mixed methods. Follow the unfolding series through this link, […]Continue Reading
A MethodSpace focus for May is on ways to use visuals to represent key ideas, themes in the data, and results of the study, in qualitative, quantitative, and mixed methods research and evaluation. It is common for researchers to create data visualizations to present findings. In this series we are taking a further step to look at […]Continue Reading
MethodSpace will host a webinar on July 18 at 10 am EDT, 8 am PDT, or at the time in your zone. Get Creative! Research with Pictures & Stories will feature a lively virtual panel discussion with Melissa Nolas, Helen Kara, and me. Read the series of MethodSpace posts on arts-based, visual, and creative methods. […]Continue Reading
Let’s engage in real-time and have a conversation about thought-provoking approaches to creative methods! MethodSpace is going live with a series of webinars, and the first one is Get Creative! Research with Pictures & Stories. Register now and join us for a webinar panel on July 18, 2019.
Categories: Comics, Creative Methods, Creativity, Focus Series, MethodSpace Live!, Multimodal, Presenting, Qualitative, Research, Social Issues, Students, Teaching, Tools and Resources, Uncategorised, VisualsContinue Reading