If you missed the Sage MethodSpace or IIQM webinars this month, the recordings are available here:
September is apparently webinar month! My co-author Alyssa Wise and I will be talking about our new book as part of the International Institute for Qualitative Methodology’s Master Class Webinar Series. You can register here.
On September 12 colleagues and I will be participating in a webinar sponsored by Sage Research Methods. You can read about it here and sign up!
Looking for insight, transformation and learning in online talk is now officially available from Routledge.
We wrote the book to offer researchers a comprehensive guide for analyzing digital interactions in formal and informal online spaces. It provides a clear framework for addressing major challenges that have arisen as social exchanges, meaning-making, and knowledge-building increasingly take place through social media, discussion forums, and digital communities. We hope you and your students find it a useful tool for planning and conducting studies using online talk as a data source.
Read more about Looking for Insight, Transformation and Learning in Online Talk.
Jessica Lester and I had a fun time teaching a one-day professional development course on “Using ATLAS.ti Windows 8 Across the Research Process” at the American Educational Research Association meeting in Toronto last week. Even though half the class brought Macs, and we were teaching the Windows version, I think the participants learned a bit : )
We have a cover design! Here’s a sneak peek: