This month we’ve been focusing on evaluation, with the help of Mentors-in-Residence Bernadette and Steve.
Here are all of their posts, so you can catch up on any you missed!
Two years ago, when Bernadette Wright and Steve Wallis were working on their book, Practical Mapping for Applied Research and Evaluation, they contributed this guest post to introduce a Knowledge Mapping approach. There has been a vast explosion in the number of academic publications – journals, articles, posts, and books of all kinds. So much […]Continue Reading
This month SAGE MethodSpace will focus on evaluation and other types of applied research. Throughout October we will feature work by Mentors-in-Residence Bernadette Wright and Steve Wallis. Posts in the series and relevant posts from the archives will be found using this link. Guest post by Steven E. Wallis. PhD and Bernadette Wright, PhD Evaluations are […]Continue Reading
This post from February fits with the discussion about research ethics. Cases are an excellent way to stimulate discussion about ethical questions!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
Let’s say goodbye to February with a recap of this series of posts focused on five SAGE Research Methods Cases. The cases are open access through the end of March. If the links have expired you can access them through with a 30-day free trial of the Cases platform, using your academic email address. Research cases are […]Continue Reading
Five SAGE Research Cases were featured in a series of posts on the topic of collaboration. In a new series of posts we revisit these cases to explore the research designs and approaches used to conduct each respective study. The cases are open access until the end of February, 2019. If the links have expired you can access them […]Continue Reading
The Economic and Social Research Center is hosting the biennial Research Methods Festival at the University of Bath this week. If you aren’t able to attend in person, enjoy this series of posts. I had the very good fortune to study with Joseph Novak many years ago at Cornell University. He came up with a concept […]Continue Reading
Figures can show findings, models, or relationships between ideas. They can take the form of diagrams, visual or geographic maps, graphs, charts, and other visualizations. Figures are important elements for your papers, articles or presentations, chapters or books so learning how to create and use them is essential for academic writers. This series of posts explores […]Continue Reading