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Connect, share and learn from fellow researchers using mixed methods.
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  2. Hello everyone, I would like to share an article from Fâbregues et. al. published in Journal of Mixed Method Research.. Title: Operationalizing and Conceptualizing Quality in Mixed Methods Research: A Multiple Case Study of the Disciplines of Education, Nursing, Psychology, and Sociology DOI: https://doi.org/10.1177%2F1558689817751774 In this study authors aimed toto describe and compare how researchers in the education, nursing, psychology, and sociology disciplines operationalize and conceptualize the quality of mixed methods research (MMR). Please feel free to share your opinion. Regards,
  3. Hello everyone, I would like to share an article from Hilliger et. al. published in The Internet and Higher Education. Title: Identifying needs for learning analytics adoption in Latin American universities: A mixed-methods approach DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.iheduc.2020.100726 In this study authors aimed to identify the stakeholders' needs for learning adoption in Latin American universities. Please feel free to share your opinion. Regards,
  4. Hello everyone, I would like to share an article from Wahbeh et. al. published in JMIR Public Health and Surveillance. Title: Mining Physicians’ Opinions on Social Media to Obtain Insights Into COVID-19: Mixed Methods Analysis. DOI: 10.2196/19276 In this study authors aimed to identify topics, opinions, and recommendations about the COVID-19 pandemic discussed by medical professionals on the Twitter social medial platform. Please feel free to share your opinion. Regards,
  5. Hello everyone, Each week I will be sharing a published article with the Nvivo Research Club Community. These scholarly works will be selected for one or more of reasons below: Author(s)'s reflection of how they utilized Nvivo in their research. Author(s)'s opinions regarding Nvivo and/or CAQDAS tools usage for a single or multiple methodological approach in qualitative research field. Author(s)'s perspective about the strengths and the limitations of Nvivo for their research. The goals of this initiative are: Providing resources for the members of research clubs to allow them to review published practices of Nvivo utilization in their research areas. Initiating a discussion between the research club members to share their opinions and questions about the shared article or their own work. Allowing research club members to find/meet other researchers in their area of study. Encouraging collaboration between researchers. Please engage, share and let everyone learn from each other. Regards,
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