The world is changing and so are your research plans and options. We’ll do our best to find answers from SAGE resources and experts.
If you are experiencing disruption and want methodological help, post your questions in the comment area, or DM @einterview on Twitter.
Q & A Posts and Relevant Resources
- An Interview with Dr. Michael Fetters
- How to Lead a Videoconference
- Thick Big Data: Mixed Methods for Our Time
- Online Research with Children
- Interdisciplinary Research: Understanding complexity in a time of crisis
- Interdisciplinary Collage: Interview with Dr. Suzanne Culshaw
- Online Questionnaires and Surveys
- Online research with vulnerable populations
- Participant Observation: How does it work online?
- Use-what-you-have interviews
- How Will COVID-19 Impact Student Research Projects?
- Structures, Positions & Tech Choices in Online Interviews
- Participants’ Expectations in Online Interviews
- Research Disruption: Your Burning Questions
- Evaluation Implications of the Coronavirus Emergency
- Storytelling, relational inquiry, and truth-listening
- THE BEST LAID PLANS… Qualitative Research Design During COVID-19
- New Resource: “Doing Fieldwork In A Pandemic”
- Metaphors for Thinking about Qualitative Researchers’ Roles