Conducting Qualitative Research of Learning in Online Spaces, book co-edited by CRLI Management Team member Jen Scott Curwood,
- Hannah R. Gerber - Sam Houston State University, USA
- Sandra Schamroth Abrams - St. John's University, USA
- Jen Scott Curwood - University of Sydney, Australia
- Alecia Marie Magnifico - University of New Hampshire, USA
Qualitative researchers have grappled with how online inquiry shifts research procedures such as gaining access to spaces, communicating with participants, and obtaining informed consent. Drawing on a multimethod approach, Conducting Qualitative Research of Learning in Online Spaces explores how to design and conduct diverse studies in online environments. The book focuses on formal and informal learning practices that occur in evolving online spaces. The text shows researchers how they can draw upon a variety of theoretical frameworks, methodological approaches, and data sources. Examples of qualitative research in online spaces, along with guiding questions, support readers at every phase of the research process.
2017 | 232 pages | SAGE Publications, Inc