Here are some terrific opportunities from MethodSpace friends! Get motivated with a month-long group focused on writing from the Textbook & Academic Authors Association and join in a series of free webinars from Nvivo and & SAGE Publishing.
Accomplish your academic writing goals by focusing on two areas of academic writing that many authors tend to struggle with – isolation and accountability – with TAA’s new Month of Motivation program.
To combat the challenges associated with personal goal setting and accountability felt by many academic authors, we have developed a month-long motivational email series that begins with a personal pledge to meet your writing goals. Simply share with us your goals, anticipated challenges, and what TAA can do to help you succeed, and we’ll help move you forward with daily email messages containing motivation, encouragement, and resources to advance your writing efforts all month long.
You’ll also receive a time tracking template, a writing journal, and the opportunity to participate in three 30-minute Virtual Writing Accountability Sessions each week. During these sessions, you’ll connect by video, share what you plan to work on during the session, write as a group for 30 minutes, and then share your next steps.
Commit to your success, let TAA help you overcome the isolation and accountability issues textbook and academic authors often face, and get your writing projects done!
Webinars from Nvivo & SAGE Publishing on Qualitative & Mixed Methods Research
- January 21, 2021 at 12PM EST / 5PM BMT COVID-19: The Impact on Qualitative Research – a blip in time?
- February 5, 2021 at 11AM EST/ 4PM GMT Working with Visual & Sensory Methods to Research Materiality, Mobility
- March 4, 2021 at 12PM EST/5PM BMT Creative Ways to Visualize Qualitative Data
- March 25, 2021 at 12PM EST/5PM BMT Theory and Practice of Transparent Qualitative Health Research
- April 15, 2021 at 12PM EST/5PM BMT Lessons in Managing & Supporting a Team of Qualitative Coders
- May 6, 2021 at 12PM EST/5PM BMT Survey Methods as an Opportunity for Analytic Integration in Mixed Methods Evaluation