Capacity building to support online, digital and blended education Online learning has emerged rapidly and is now found in every area of education. More students and learners than ever before learn through online courses and using digital tools. Even where teaching is carried out in schools or on campuses, digital tools and online interactions have … Continue reading Call for papers: Open Learning: The Journal of Open, Distance and e-Learning
Happy Valentine’s Day
Register for Helen Sword's Valentine's Day 2023 extravaganza next week to kick-start your writing... For more see: Valentine's Day Extravaganza 2023
Call for proposals: Georgia Sea Grant
For researchers in the state of Georgia in the United States, here is a call for funding proposals to do with coastal and marine systems. Georgia Sea Grant’s biennial request for FY2024-2026 research proposals is now open to submissions. Georgia Sea Grant invests in use-inspired research that improves the understanding, management, and wise use of Georgia’s coastal and … Continue reading Call for proposals: Georgia Sea Grant
Online speaker series on Graduate Education in a Global Context
The Centre for the Study of Canadian and International Higher Education at the University of Toronto is hosting a new Online Speaker Series on Graduate Education in a Global Context. Here are the details of upcoming sessions: January 26, 2023, 12:00 - 1:00 pm EST – "Centering Justice and Equity in Supporting Graduate Students of Color," … Continue reading Online speaker series on Graduate Education in a Global Context
The “f” word and qualitative inquiry
I’ve been reading Pip Williams’ novel, The Dictionary of Lost Words (2022). Situated around the turn of the 20th century in Oxford, UK, Williams’ novel explores the experiences of the middle-class protagonist, Esme. Esme contributes to the development of the first edition of the Oxford English Dictionary in a patriarchal and classist society in which … Continue reading The “f” word and qualitative inquiry
Call for applications: MAXQDA #ResearchforChange Grants
The MAXQDA #ResearchforChange Grants provide financial support and methodological training for early career scholars whose research aims to investigate, support, and raise awareness of empowerment initiatives. As a contribution to the United Nations Sustainable Development Goal #5 "Gender Equality", this year's MAXQDA #ResearchforChange Grants program is dedicated to the empowerment of women and girls in … Continue reading Call for applications: MAXQDA #ResearchforChange Grants
A beginner’s guide to concepts used in post qualitative research
Post-qualitative approaches to research challenge our understandings of concepts that we typically take for granted. In this blog post, I bring together some initial definitions from authors for concepts that you will see in writing about new materialisms. You'll notice that I've focused on concepts that Karen Barad has written about, which I’ve listed in … Continue reading A beginner’s guide to concepts used in post qualitative research
What is covert research?
This week's guest screencast and blogpost are authored by Dr. Jaleesa Reed. Dr. Reed is an Assistant Research Professor in the Department of Human Centered Design at Cornell University. Her primary research interest is in millennial Black women’s beauty culture and beauty retail spaces. Her interdisciplinary research focuses on connecting human geography, feminist studies, and merchandising in … Continue reading What is covert research?
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?
Call for papers: Journal of Educational Controversy
Controversy Addressed:As the nation begins to reckon with its racial past, it is now experiencing a backlash by some states implementing laws and policies that will target how civics education, controversial topics, and divisive issues will be discussed from kindergarten through higher education. From restrictions on the teaching of academic theories that analyze systemic racism … Continue reading Call for papers: Journal of Educational Controversy