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View Webinars on Qualitative Research Online with Human Participants

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! […]

Categories: Creative Methods, Data Collection, Online Learning, Online Research, Other, Qualitative, Research Design, Research Ethics, Research Skills, Supervising and Teaching Research Skills and Roles, Timely Posts, Webinars

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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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Passion about Research Process (not output!)

My hand trembled with nervousness and anticipation. It was the start of my student research project. My supervisor had talked me through how “by doing X we will learn more about Y” and I was excited to get started.

A decade later when I talk to my own students I sometimes catch myself using another way to frame our work: “if we do X, and it ‘works’, then perhaps we can get into prestigious journal Y”. This is poison for an inquiring mind…

Categories: Research Ethics, Research Roles, Research Skills

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