Nicole Brown explains the way she uses creative methods, and why she designs studies with this approach.Continue Reading
I was invited to give a webinar as part of the part of the Fall Qualitative Research & Innovation Webinar Series presented by NVivo and SAGE Publications. While there are many options, in this webinar we explored varied ways to collect data with participants. The recording is now online, so feel free to view or share! […]
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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 […]Continue Reading
To try and cut through the tangles of complexity wrought by a global pandemic, I’ve been working with Peter Evans (and his multi-talented daughter, Hamsi Evans) to put together some picture ‘explainers’ to help frame thinking. These are helping communicate around the complex problems we’re all facing and how to use social science research to tackle these.
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Mixed and multimethods research are our focus for May. Through original posts, written and video author interviews, open access articles and resources, and a webinar, we will explore ways to mix it up.Continue Reading