What’s new in qualitative interviewing?

The first journalistic interviews were conducted in the early part of the 19th century. By the early 1900s, researchers had taken up interviews as a method and were asking questions of people using lengthy surveys. Over the past century, interviews have become one of the most widely used research methods in social sciences research across … Continue reading What’s new in qualitative interviewing?

Virtual conference: MAXQDA

The creators of MAXQDA are hosting a free virtual conference MAXDAYS22 taking place on 23rd and 24th of March. Follow this link to register: https://hopin.com/events/maxdays22?utm_source=verteiler&utm_campaign=maxdays22. In more than 30 spotlight sessions, MAXDAYS will offer you the opportunity to learn more about the most important features of MAXQDA for your qualitative and mixed methods research and … Continue reading Virtual conference: MAXQDA

Invitation to Student Editorial Board

The editors of The Routledge International Handbook of Critical Participatory Inquiry in Transnational Research Contexts, to be published in 2023, welcome volunteers to their Student Editorial Board. If you are interested in gaining more experience reviewing manuscripts, please email Dr. Meagan Call-Cummings (mcallcum@gmu.edu) for more information.  As a member of the Student Editorial Board, you would be … Continue reading Invitation to Student Editorial Board

Call for Papers: Queer & Trans* Futurities in Educational Research & Practice

Deadline: June 1, 2022Theory, Research, and Action in Urban Education (TRAUE) seeks contributions to its upcoming special issue on Queer & Trans* Futurities in Educational Research & Practice. TRAUE is an open-access, peer-reviewed publication that features work by graduate students and unaffiliated/emerging scholars. For this special issue, we especially invite work by emerging queer and trans* scholars of color. … Continue reading Call for Papers: Queer & Trans* Futurities in Educational Research & Practice

How many interviews are enough?

This week's guest post is from Jiyea Park, who is a doctoral candidate in the Learning, Leadership, Organization Development at the University of Georgia (UGA). Jiyea was born in South Korea and has lived in Korea, China, and the U.S. Before joining UGA, Jiyea completed her undergraduate and Master's degrees in Lifelong Education at Soongsil … Continue reading How many interviews are enough?

Engaging Patients in Patient Education Research: A Short Review of Qualitative Approaches

This week’s blog post is from Dr. Sean Halpin, who is a Senior Research Associate with Evidera, a component of Pharmaceutical Product Development, on the Patient-Centered Research team. Dr. Halpin has over a decade of experience leading socio-behavioral studies across a wide range of chronic and infectious disease areas and has published numerous journal articles … Continue reading Engaging Patients in Patient Education Research: A Short Review of Qualitative Approaches

Thinking about qualitative methodology as a career?

The Qualitative Research Program at the University of Georgia is seeking applicants for the Ph.D. program in Qualitative Evaluation and Research Methodologies to begin in Fall 2022. If you would like to learn more about the program, register to attend a virtual panel discussion among graduates from the program on February 15th, 2022. RSVP here: … Continue reading Thinking about qualitative methodology as a career?

Postcard from The Qualitative Report (TQR) 13th Annual Conference

What better way to welcome the new year with a postcard from a qualitative conference? For those of us who have visited Fort Lauderdale in sunny southern Florida, we missed traveling to an in-person conference in January. On the other hand, because the conference was virtual for the 2nd year, it enabled over 1,000 eager … Continue reading Postcard from The Qualitative Report (TQR) 13th Annual Conference

Drawing on popular culture to teach qualitative research methods

As we end another year and prepare for a new one, many people will likely be revising their course syllabi for teaching qualitative research methods in 2022. If you need a bit of inspiration, here are some ideas from a range of scholars on how to incorporate popular media in teaching qualitative research. Enjoy! Comics … Continue reading Drawing on popular culture to teach qualitative research methods

Poetic inquiry

This week's post and screencast is authored by Ayça Fackler. Ayça Fackler is a Ph.D. candidate in Science Education in the Mary Frances Early College of Education at the University of Georgia, expecting to graduate in 2022. Her research interests include scientific models and modeling, multimodality, emergent bi/multilingual learners in science education, and history and philosophy … Continue reading Poetic inquiry