Published on March 11th, 2022 | by University Communications0
Center for Research hosts workshop on qualitative research
From 11 a.m. to noon, Tuesday, March 22, the Center for Research at Saint Leo University will host Qualitative Research: A Beginning Conversation that provides an entry-level introduction to qualitative research methods. Faculty members are invited to attend this live online workshop via Zoom, presented by Dr. Holly Atkins, chair of undergraduate education and associate professor of education, and Dr. Rhondda Waddell, associate dean of the College of Education and Social Services, and professor of social work.
This workshop provides an entry-level introduction to qualitative research methods and explores:
- How qualitative research may be conducted in the field, allowing direct interaction with the people being studied in their context.
- Methods qualitative researchers use to collect and analyze data to examine documents, observe behavior, or interview participants.
- How qualitative researchers often build patterns, categories and themes from the bottom up (inductive analysis).
To attend the workshop, please use the Zoom link- https://saintleo.zoom.us/j/91068258484.
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