The focus for January is on researchers’ roles, including characteristics and skills critical to success. Read the whole series here.
We have accomplished little if we conduct research and discover new insights, understandings, or solutions, but don’t share them. For some of us, sharing with other scholars in our fields is important, for others, the priority is for sharing with policy-makers, leaders, or individuals who can use what we’ve learned. For some of us, writing about our findings is the primary form of dissemination, for others, presenting in person or with media is the way we make a difference.
This collection of videos, articles, and cases from SAGE Research Methods offers practical strategies for disseminating research in a variety of ways.
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- Reflections on researcher positionality when applying digital research methods
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- In Praise of Involvement
- Thinking about collecting qualitative data using digital methods? Introducing Tracking and Trawling