Call for proposals: Southeast Philosophy of Education Society

The Southeast Philosophy of Education Society (SEPES) invites you to submit proposals for our 74th Annual Meeting. This meeting will be held on February 11-12, 2022 in Decatur Georgia. SEPES has a tradition of providing a friendly forum for dialogue and the exchange of philosophical ideas related to a broad variety of educational topics. Presentations from graduate students, scholars, and practitioners … Continue reading Call for proposals: Southeast Philosophy of Education Society

The Qualitative Report 13th Annual Conference

Research “For a Change”: Time to Evoke, Provoke, and InvokeVirtual ConferenceJanuary 19 – 21, 2022Registration Now OpenOfficial Conference Website  For the upcoming TQR 13th Annual Conference in January 2022, registration for all general attendees (non-presenters) will be FREE. The Qualitative Report Conference will provide free, open access to all paper presentations, workshops, and keynote addresses.   … Continue reading The Qualitative Report 13th Annual Conference

Early career research grant

QSR International is sponsoring an Early Career Research Grant. Applications deadline 30 November 2021 Often the most innovative research comes from those just starting their careers. As such, QSR International is thrilled to be supporting the next generation of qualitative and mixed method research innovation! We recognize that early career researchers often find it difficult … Continue reading Early career research grant

Call for proposals: Georgia Educational Research Association

Conference Date: October 8, 2021 Conference Location: Virtual conference Deadline: September 8, 2021 For more information and to submit a proposal, click HERE Over the past 45 years, the Georgia Educational Research Association has transformed into one of Georgia's most dynamic research organizations. The 46th Annual GERA Conference, taking place virtually on October 8, 2021, offers an opportunity … Continue reading Call for proposals: Georgia Educational Research Association

A beginner’s guide to conducting archival research

Archives preserve records from what has gone before to ensure accountability among leaders, to record what has happened in the past, and to preserve people's cultural identities and heritage. In our book Exploring the archives: A beginner’s guide for qualitative researchers (2021), Kathleen deMarrais and I introduce qualitative researchers to archival research. We discuss why … Continue reading A beginner’s guide to conducting archival research

Interviewing interviewers about interviewing

In daily life we are exposed to a range of interview types through public media and entertainment. For example, we see suspects interviewed by detectives in television shows and films. We learn about well-known people and celebrities when broadcast interviewers interview famous guests for news programs, documentaries and podcasts. We gain information about world events, … Continue reading Interviewing interviewers about interviewing

An update on triangulation

Although the concept of triangulation has been used for 50 years, what triangulation means and how it is used by qualitative researchers varies considerably. This blogpost begins by providing a brief history of triangulation that highlights how the meaning of the term “triangulation” has changed over time as it has been taken up by qualitative … Continue reading An update on triangulation

Elicitation in Qualitative Interviewing

This week, we have a guest blogger, Janie Copple, who talks about methods of eliciting participants' descriptions in interviews. Janie Copple—is a 4th year Ph.D. candidate in the Qualitative Research and Evaluation Methodologies program at the University of Georgia. Prior to coming to UGA, Janie completed a Master’s degree in history from the University of … Continue reading Elicitation in Qualitative Interviewing

Interviewing friends

This week's guest blog post on interviewing friends was co-authored by Sarah Stice, Jennifer Johnston, and Areeb Gul, who are graduate students at the University of Georgia. When it comes to qualitative interviewing, there has always been a focus on the relationship between the interviewer and the interviewee in terms of how to build rapport … Continue reading Interviewing friends

Call for submissions: Poetic self study research

By embracing a self-study stance, teacher educators, teachers, and other professionals re-imagine their practice and contribute to improved ways of knowing and knowledge generation. Self-study of professional practice can be enacted through a variety of methods. Those methods continue to evolve due to the freedom for exploration and invention inherent in self-study methodology. This methodological … Continue reading Call for submissions: Poetic self study research