Changing research practice in the context of COVID19 is a project of the UK’s National Centre for Research Methods. The final workshop of this series is: Secondary data and Covid-19 data.
It will be online, 10 December 10:00-12:45. Find your time zone here.
This workshop is focused on knowledge exchange and supporting the co-production of resources to support the research community and facilitate the building of research relationships and solutions.
Register by emailing Robert.Meckin@manchester.ac.uk
See the Covid list of reading and resources
- Alternatives for interviews
- Researching with participant groups with additional challenges
- Participatory and deliberative methods
- Research ethics in Covid-19
Have you seen?
- Lobe, B., Morgan, D & Hoffman, K.A. 2020. Qualitative Data Collection in an Era of Social Distancing, International Journal of Qualitative Methods https://doi.org/10.1177/1609406920937875
- Dodds, S. & Hess, A.C. 2020 Adapting research methodology during COVID-19: lessons for transformative service research, Journal of Service Management Ahead-of-print. https://doi.org/10.1108/JOSM-05-2020-0153.
- Teti, M., Schatz, E. & Liebenberg, L. 2020. Methods in the Time of COVID-19: The Vital Role of Qualitative Inquiries, International Journal of Qualitative Methods https://doi.org/10.1177/1609406920920962
- Burton, J., Lynn, P. & Benzeval, M. 2020. How Understanding Society: The UK Household Longitudinal Study adapted to the COVID-19 pandemic, Survey Research Methods 14(2), 235-239. doi:10.18148/srm/2020.v14i2.7746
Do you know about?
- Special issue of Survey Research Methods 14(2) on Survey Research Methods during the COVID-19 Crisis
- The blog of the International Journal of Social Research Methodology with lots on the challenges of doing research in a pandemic
- Helen Kara’s blog Research methods to consider in a pandemic and the 3 volumes of Researching in the Age of COVID-19 edited by Kara & Khoo. (See this MethodSpace interview with the editors.) Part of a series on Research Methods in Times of Crisis (published by Policy Press, 1st October)
- Deborah Lupton’s crowd sourced document Doing Fieldwork in a Pandemic
- The Overseas Development Institute’s Tips for collecting primary data in a Covid-19 era