The MethodSpace focus for August was on teaching research methods, and we’re continuing in September with resources on mentoring, supervising, and guiding researchers. You can find the whole series here.
Mentoring and Being Mentored
SAGE Research Methods is a library of books, articles, videos, case studies and social reading tools. The content is focused, not surprisingly, on a wide range of topics associated with scholarly research. Reading Lists allow you to curate collections of resources for your own private use, or to share with students, co-authors, or the public. If you find resources in someone else’s list, you can save them to your own list.
I assembled this list of materials that focus on mentoring and supervising researchers, as well as readings and videos to help graduate students work with their supervisors. So whichever side of the desk you are on, you will find useful ideas! (Please note: if you are reading this in an email announcement, you might have to log in to access the Reading List.)
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Relevant MethodSpace Posts:
- One Year Anniversary of Teaching Methods Online
- Sociocultural Frameworks as a Humanizing Research Tool in contextualizing Black Male Teacher Retention
- March Focus: Designing an Ethical Study.
- Teaching Research Design through the Lens of Critical Praxis
- Action Research Podcast: Interview with the Editors