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How to Run an Academic Writing Retreat

Since it started in 2011, Academic Writing Month has seen a growth of workshops and initiatives aimed at helping researchers to prioritise writing projects.  In 2020, as many researchers are in lockdown and working from home, there are new challenges for concentrating on and completing writing. In this post, Andy Tattersall outlines his experience running online writing […]

Categories: Academic Writing Month, Focus Series, Impact, Instruction, News, Other, Teaching, Writing and Editing

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A Call for Learning Spaces and Enclaves as 3rd Person Action Research

The MethodSpace focus for October is on Action Research. Our Mentors-in-Residence this month are Ernie Stringer and Alfredo Ortiz Aragon, co-authors of a new edition of the text Action Research. You can find the unfolding series of posts through this link. The post below complements an article, “Self-in-Field Action Research in Natural Spaces of Encounter: Inclusion, Learning, […]

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SAGE Campus Expands to Online Learning for Skills and Research Methods

Libraries can now subscribe to the new platform for institution-wide access SAGE Publishing, the parent of MethodSpace, has announced that SAGE Campus is expanding. The online learning platform began with a focus on data science courses, but are broadening our horizons to offer high quality support for the teaching and learning of a wide range […]

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Online Qualitative Research Q & A

I was invited to offer a Q & A session at today’s Nvivo conference. To help researchers interested in the topic, I am sharing some of the ancillary materials developed for my books about online research, including interview research, use of extant data, and/or arts- and creative participatory research. News flash! A new edition of […]

Categories: Online Learning, Online Research, Other, Research, Research Design, Research Ethics

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Qualitative Research Reading Lists

The NVivo Virtual Conference 2020, Qualitative Research in a Changing World, is a gathering of global researchers, academic writers, and students. If you are attending, you will recognize that these topics correspond to conference tracks: Arts-Based and Creative Approaches Data Collection with Online and Digital Methods Doctoral Students Participatory Action Research Research in Teams Using NVivo […]

Categories: Data Analysis, Data Collection, Instruction, Online Learning, Online Research, Other, Qualitative, Research, Tools and Resources

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