It is the third week, can you believe it? If you made it this far, you can do the whole thing, for sure! I love pink!
By the end of this week, you will:
- Develop an understanding that research is a series of mindful and collaborative decisions.
- Recognize and apply the main factors to consider when choosing a method (including “power” differentials which will be discussed later in the course)
- Become familiar with the key aspects of at least one method (this will include a choice of sampling method)
- NOTE: In this course, we give preference to qualitative methods and participatory approaches.
Online, Self-directed study
Grab a cup of tea, or a cool beverage, a note pad, and enjoy!
- Online, self-directed study (2 hours) on commonly used research methods and sampling methods.
Complete TWO (2) of the modules on research methods listed below.
- Participant observation
- Indigenous storytelling
- Conducting focus groups
- Qualitative Interviewing and this Resource Page.
2. Watch this video on sampling methods, and (optional) complete the respondent-driven sampling module.
3. Provide constructive feedback on the mindmaps of your co-learners
- Review as many mindmaps as you want
- Comment at the bottom of the slide (in the Speaker’s Note section)
- Comment on at least TWO mindmaps
- Provide constructive feedback (if you need guidance, look up some resources online please)
4. Join the live online class on Thursday, May 24, 2018 from 2:00 to 4 PM Eastern Time!
You are invited to a Zoom class.
When: May 24, 2018 2:00 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)
Register in advance for this class:
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the class.