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Using open online resources for learning and teaching qualitative analysis. Graham R Gibbs, University of Huddersfield Colm Crowley, University of Greenwich. Outline of Session. Part 1. What ’ s available Key websites with teaching resources for qualitative methods. - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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Slide 1Using open online resources for learning and teaching qualitative analysis
Graham R Gibbs, University of Huddersfield
Colm Crowley, University of Greenwich
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Key websites with teaching resources for qualitative methods.
Part 2. Hands on use of REQUALLO materials
Part 3. Discussion
Aimed at Postgraduates
Some video too.
Variable quality and relevance.
Not the same amount of material as, say statistics
But good for CAQDAS ( N V ivo , Atlas.ti , MAXQDA ).
REQUALLO
Often shovelware
YouTube University
Focus on education, but research methods of more general interest
Requires IE and Flash player.
TQRMUL Dataset Teaching Resources.
Audio and video of five interviews with undergraduate students on the subject of friendship.
Designed to enable both immediate play and download options.
Free to download and use.
Transcripts using Jeffersonian and Playscript conventions for each interview are also provided.
REQUALLO
Big issue is how to find them
Jorum – Jisc funded repository
Search is bad. No idea what resource is, need to look at each one. E.g. MANTRA
REQUALLO
Advanced applications: ‘QUIC’
Create a profile (optional)
Be part of groups
Reviews of resources
But there is some material on other approaches e.g. DA
Tutorials based on case studies
Led to design of website
REQUALLO Case studies interviews
Identified issues of doing QDA
Writing narratives and producing video developed ideas of what could be produced.
REQUALLO
As per handout.
Use headphones when listening to audio or video
Questions are not taxing, just to get you focussed. There are no prizes!
REQUALLO
Discussion
E.g. software choice, heterogeneous data types, getting started with software, moving analysis on, writing up.
How do you find resources?
Training courses, books, online, colleagues?
Form of resources
REQUALLO
Usefulness for postgrad/researchers?
Usability - User interface, easy to find? Too long/short, needs more context?
Who could use - undergrads, postgrads, teachers?
Other resources needed

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