Are you aware that the mixing of quantitative and qualitative research analysis methods offers power and flexibility that sometimes is not possible through simply focusing on one or the other? It is a research methodology that is adaptable to diverse settings, including those that involve teaching and learning in digital environments. Join Elizabeth G. Creamer, professor emerita in educational research from Virginia Tech, and hear her talk: Two Can be Better than One: Adapting Mixed Method Research Approaches to Digital Environments
This discussion will provide an overview of Mixed Method Research (MMR), why/when you would want to use MMR as opposed to solely qualitative or quantitative and will share useful digital tools, including qualitative software. Using examples from research about learning in online environments, this webinar will elaborate on the distinctions between integrated and non-integrated approaches, and will review the implications of the two approaches to our understanding of philosophical views about the nature of knowledge, analytical procedures, research expertise, how collaboration is approached, expectations for reporting, and quality considered.
Date and Time: Tuesday, April 5, noon–1:30 p.m.
Location: Zoom, Register Here.
Sponsor: Digital Scholarship & Communications (DiSC) and the Digital Commons
Dr. Elizabeth G. Creamer (email@example.com) served on the board of the Mixed Method International Research Association (MMIRA), including as president, from 2013 to 2018. Now professor emerita, Creamer taught introductory and advanced mixed methods research courses from 2007 until her retirement in 2018. She is Co-Editor in Chief, Methods in Psychology, Elsevier UK, Mixed Methods Section, and the author of two textbooks, An Introduction to Fully Integrated Mixed Methods Research (2018) and Advancing Grounded Theory with Mixed Methods. She has begun work on a third textbook, Leveraging Mixed Methods with Visual Displays.