Free resources on qualitative research and mixed methods

There are lots of excellent resources pertaining to qualitative research and mixed methods research that you can access online. Let’s look at some of these resources.

QSR International

QSR International, the developers of the Qualitative Data Analysis Software (QDAS), NVivo, hosts a podcast series, Between the Data

Recent episodes include Hybrid mixed methods designs, Qualitative Coding, and The ethics of internet research.

QSR International is also partnering with Sage publishers to QSR to offer free webinars.

Upcoming presentations:

November 12, 2020: Janet Salmons: “Connecting for Collecting Data: Qualitative Research Online with Human Participants”

December 4, 2020: Cecilia Vindrola-Padros: “An Introduction to Rapid Qualitative Research

To register, click HERE.

QSR International also offers a remote resources center with on-demand webinars. Click HERE to access these.

MAXQDA webinars

MAXQDA, another QDAS, offers free webinars in multiple languages (English, German, Portuguese, Spanish. and Turkish).

Click HERE for more information and upcoming sessions.

AERA Qualitative Research SIG

The American Educational Research Association’s (AERA) Qualitative Research Special Interest Group’s (SIG) podcast channel provides conversations with researchers. To access, click HERE.

Among other topics, you will find episodes featuring the work of the following researchers:

Dr. Travis Marn (Southern Connecticut State University)

Dr. Nemita Mehta (University of Colorado, Boulder)

Dr. Kelly Guyotte (University of Alabama)

Dr. Megan Call-Cummings (George Washington University)

Dr. Jasmine Ulmer (Wayne State University)

Dr. David Carlson (Arizona State University)

The International Institute for Qualitative Methodology (IIQM)

IIQM has archived a series of webinars on qualitative and mixed methods from scholars around the world. To access these, for the qualitative series, click HERE. For the mixed methods series, click HERE.

The National Center for Research Methods

And finally, from the UK, you will find the NCRM podcasts series HERE.

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