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 […]Continue Reading
Gary King is the “Albert J. Weatherhead III University Professor at Harvard University — one of 25 with Harvard’s most distinguished faculty title — and Director of the Institute for Quantitative Social Science. King develops and applies empirical methods in many areas of social science, focusing on innovations that span the range from statistical theory to practical […]Continue Reading
This interview with Dr. Linda Bloomberg kicks off a month-long focus on Teaching and Learning Research.
Categories: Careers, Instruction, Online Learning, Other, Professional Development and Continuing Education, Research Design, Research Ethics, Research Roles, Research Skills, Supervising and Teaching Research Skills and Roles, TeachingContinue Reading
In this guest blog, Andrew Lovett Barron outlines the anatomy of a research recruitment email – a pain point for researchers across disciplines and methods. Andrew is the creator of Knowsi, the winning software tool of the 2020 SAGE Concept Grant. Knowsi is an innovative portal for managing research participant consent. Sign up to Knowsi […]Continue Reading
Dr. Sharon Ravitch was our March 2020 Mentor-in-Residence, and what a month it was! We started out thinking that our focus would be on theory and research design, with a well-deserved feature on the new edition of the new edition of Qualitative Research: Bridging the Conceptual, Theoretical, and Methodological. However, the world had other plans! […]Continue Reading
Throughout March we will explore research design, with a focus on theory and conceptual frameworks. Find the unfolding series here. This post is from this month’s Mentor in Residence, Sharon Ravitch. Qualitative research design is, most basically, the way that you, as a researcher, articulate, plan for, and set up the doing of your study. Research […]Continue Reading