A MethodSpace focus for May is on ways to use visuals to represent key ideas, themes in the data, and results of the study, in qualitative, quantitative, and mixed methods research and evaluation. Find all posts in this unfolding series.
Figures in academic books and articles typically take the form of black-and-white line drawings or photographs. As publishing moves online, limitations are changing about the format and style of figures– and researchers are getting creative. See my post in the Textbook & Academic Authors Association blog, Abstract. If you have innovative examples to share, post them in the comment area.
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