Welcome!

News

<< First  < Prev   1   2   3   Next >  Last >> 
  • 22 Aug 2018 9:21 AM | Cheryl Poth (Administrator)

    Information about the 2018 Global MMIRA conference and proposal submissions to be held August 22-24 in Vienna, Austria (workshops August 24-25) is now available at http://mmira2018.univie.ac.at


  • 15 Nov 2017 4:24 PM | Cheryl Poth (Administrator)

    MAXQDA Grants is a new initiative offering students a $1,200.00 grant, which includes an $800.00 research mobility scholarship. Students can apply at www.maxqda.com/grants until November 15th 2017. To qualify, the applicant must currently be a student or PhD candidate who is (or will be) conducting fieldwork in the Global South. The grant recipient will also use MAXQDA to collect and analyze their research data, but no previous MAXQDA experience is required. For further information on eligibility requirements, documents to be submitted, and grant conditions, please click here.

     

    To stay up-to-date on MAXQDA Grants, receive free teaching materials, or learn about software updates, click here to subscribe to our newsletter!

     

    The #ResearchforChange Grant includes:

    • $800.00 USD cash research mobility scholarship,
    • 1 full MAXQDA Analytics Pro Student software license,
    • 2 online training sessions conducted by professional MAXQDA trainers,
    • Full technical support for the researcher,
    • Exposure & Publicity for the research project. 
  • 01 Nov 2017 10:35 AM | Donggil Song (Administrator)

    Event: Fall Mixed Methods Research Workshop on Designing a Mixed Methods Research Project

     

    Location: University of Michigan, Ann Arbor

     

    Dates: November 1-3, 2017

     

    Website: http://www.mixedmethods.org/workshops

     

    Description:

    Registration is now open for our November workshop: Designing a Mixed Methods Research Project: Interactive Workshop (Nov 1-3, 2017) with the Keynote Speaker, Dr. Elizabeth G. Creamer of Virginia Tech's School of Education.This workshop at the University of Michigan is designed for researchers, faculty, staff and students motivated to design and conduct a mixed methods research project using both qualitative and quantitative methods.

    We are delighted to be able to offer international student scholarship awards. The application deadline is September 13. We look forward to receiving your application.

    Space is limited. Sign up today for the November session - student rate is available. Contact program manager Satoko Motohara (smotohar@umich.edu) with any questions, and hope to see you then.


  • 30 Oct 2017 1:05 PM | Cheryl Poth (Administrator)

    Call for Mixed Methods Webinars (IIQM-MMIRA joint webinar series).

    Mixed Methods International Research Association (MMIRA) and the International Institute for Qualitative Methodology (IIQM):

    • 1)     Webinar Topic: Provide a descriptive title for your webinar
    • 2)     Webinar Summary: Provide a brief description of your proposed webinar content (100 words maximum)
    • 3)     Relevant Expertise in Topic Area: Describe why you are qualified to deliver a webinar on this topic (50 words maximum)
    • 4)     Relevant Expertise in Webinar delivery and /or public speaking: Summarize your relevant experience (50 words maximum)
    • 5)     Availability: Indicate any months that you are not available to deliver a webinar.

     

    Proposals can be sent to Dr. Mandy Archibald at mma@ualberta.ca and are due October 30, 2017.

     

    Proposals will be adjudicated according to the above categories. Individuals will be contacted by November 30, 2017 with the outcome of the adjudication. Previous webinars in this series are available at https://www.ualberta.ca/international-institute-for-qualitative-methodology/webinars/mixed-methods-webinar

  • 10 Oct 2017 1:09 PM | Cheryl Poth (Administrator)

    Presenter: Elizabeth Creamer


    Date/Time: October 10 at 3:00pm EST


    Title: Illustrating the Purposes for Using Mixed Methods Research Approaches 


    Description:

    Geared toward introducing mixed methods research to a general audience, this Webinar uses quirky examples from the popular media to illustrate major rationales that are put forward for using a mixed methods approach. These include the triangulation, complementarity, development, initiation, and evaluation designs. Strategies utilized for mixing qualitative and quantitative data and analytical procedures will be explored for the examples. The presentation should help generate ideas for a mixed method research project as well as to clarify if an idea fits within the standard purposes offered for conducting mixed method research. 


    REGISTER AT THIS LINK

  • 02 Oct 2017 8:42 AM | Cheryl Poth (Administrator)

    Research Associate Position

     The University of Michigan Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation is currently seeking a research associate to serve as study coordinator for a qualitative (and mixed method) project funded by the Department of Defense. The study is entitled “Neurogenic Bowel and Bladder Management After Spinal Cord Injury: Examining Factors Involved in Successful Decision-Making Processes” and designed as a follow-up study of our previous work on quality of life in bladder and bowel care for veterans and civilians with a spinal cord injury. This position will be located at the department offices on Eisenhower Parkway in Ann Arbor. The employee will work under the supervision of faculty principal investigator and co-investigators. The project begins in October 2017, is 32 hrs/wk, and will run for three years.

     

     Key responsibilities include:

     

    ·       Managing the day-to-day operations of study

    ·       Recruitment and screening of participants, including community outreach

    ·       Administering informed consent

    ·       Qualitative and quantitative data collection

    ·       Data management and quality assurance

    ·       Record keeping and IRB management

     

    Key qualifications include:

    ·       BA (or MA) in a social science with qualitative background

    ·       1-3 years related work experience

    ·       Comfort with talking about sensitive health issues with study participants

    ·       Experience working with NVivo qualitative analysis software

     

    A full description of the position, including additional responsibilities and qualifications, as well as a link to apply, can be found at the University of Michigan’s career website - http://careers.umich.edu/job_detail/147314/research_area_specialist_assoc_term_limited

     Additional questions about the position can be directed to Dr. Edward Rohn – ejrohn@med.umich.edu

  • 01 Oct 2017 2:22 PM | Cheryl Poth (Administrator)

    Call for Manuscripts for a Special Issue on Mixed Methods in Educational Technology in Higher Education


    Title: Mixed Methods Research in Educational Technology in Higher Education


    Journal: International Journal of Educational Technology in Higher Education (http://educationaltechnologyjournal.springeropen.com/about)


    Editors: Drs. Sergi Fàbregues, Open University of Catalonia; Nataliya V. Ivankova, University of Alabama at Birmingham; José F. Molina-Azorin, University of Alicante; Julio Meneses, Open University of Catalonia


    Call: The purpose of this special issue is to highlight the use of mixed methods research (MMR) in the field of educational technology in higher education. It is expected that the selected papers will provide educational technology researchers with a better understanding of how to design and conduct MMR studies, as well as how the use of MMR will deepen understanding in their topics of inquiry. Potential topics include, but are not limited to: (a) methodological and/or theoretical manuscripts addressing topics such as: the prevalence of MMR studies in educational technology in higher education, the contribution MMR makes, the philosophical issues related to MMR, or discussions about procedural aspects of MMR within the field (e.g. types of designs, sampling strategies, approaches to data analysis, or quality issues); and (b) empirical manuscripts that use MMR in educational technology in higher education.


    Deadline for Full Manuscripts: 1 October, 2017


    Information for Authors:

    Submitted manuscripts will be evaluated on the basis that: (a) they fit the definition of MMR stated above, (b) they show methodological quality and originality, and (c) they contribute to improve our understanding and practice of MMR.


    Information about Submissions:

    Before submitting your manuscript, please ensure you have carefully read the submission guidelines for International Journal of Educational Technology in Higher Education. The complete manuscript should be submitted through the International Journal of Educational Technology in Higher Education submission system. To ensure that you submit to the correct thematic series please select the appropriate thematic series in the drop-down menu upon submission. In addition, indicate within your cover letter that you wish your manuscript to be considered as part of the thematic series on 'Mixed Methods Research in Educational Technology in Higher Education'. All submissions will undergo rigorous peer review and accepted articles will be published within the journal as a collection.


    Contact Information:

    For editorial enquiries please contact educationaltechnologyjournal@springeropen.com

    Webpage:

    http://educationaltechnologyjournal.springeropen.com/mmrethe

  • 29 Sep 2017 8:38 AM | Cheryl Poth (Administrator)

    Elizabeth Creamer will offer on November 8, 2017 (4:30-6:00) a Skill Building Workshop: Using Mixed Methods to Develop a Grounded Theory from Evaluation Data at the American Evaluation Association Annual Meeting, Washington, DC.


  • 20 Sep 2017 2:15 PM | Cheryl Poth (Administrator)

    Presenters: Tony Onwuegbuzie


    Date: Two days • Wednesday, September 20 & 272 pm - 3 p.m. EST


    Sponsor: Textbook & Academic Authors Association


    Anthony J. Onwuegbuzie is professor in the Department of Educational Leadership at Sam Houston State University, where he teaches doctoral-level courses in qualitative, quantitative, and mixed research. He is also a Distinguished Visiting Professor at the University of Johannesburg. With a current h-index of 81, he has secured the publication of more than 400 works, including more than 300 journal articles, 50 book chapters, and 5 books. He has also delivered more than 950 presentations and 200 methodological workshops worldwide and more than 50 keynote addresses across six continents. He has received numerous outstanding paper awards. As former editor of Educational Researcher (ER), he was part of the team that secured a first impact factor of 3.774. Currently, he is editor-in-chief of the mixed methods journal, International Journal of Multiple Research Approaches, and a co-editor of Research in the Schools. His mixed research article published in ER has been the most read for the past 10 years, and currently is one of the most cited ER articles ever.  Also, one of his mixed research articles published in the Journal of Mixed Methods Research (JMMR) is the most cited JMMR article ever. He is immediate past president of the Mixed Methods Research International Association.


    Information:

    In virtually every institution of higher education in the United States and beyond, faculty publishing is used not only as an index of productivity that is employed by administrators to make decisions on faculty about tenure, promotion, and merit pay increases, but it is also used as an index of departmental, collegial, and institutional prestige. Unfortunately, a large percentage of faculty have never had an article published or have had very few articles published. Thus, it is clear that many faculty members need guidance as to how to increase their levels of productivity.


    With these points in mind, the overall goal of this two-part webinar is to provide a meta-framework for publishing that contains steps that are continuous, iterative, interactive, holistic, dynamic, and synergistic. Specifically, in the first webinar, Onwuegbuzie will summarize 30 steps to publishing. In the second webinar, he will outline strategies for helping authors secure impactful publications—which represent publications that advance the field. Both these webinar sessions are applicable for all emergent scholars—including doctoral students—who would like to learn how to secure quality publications. Also, these sessions are useful for beginning faculty members and experienced faculty members alike.


    Link: Join this presentation by registering at http://www.taaonline.net/a-30-step-guide-to-publishing-in-scholarly-journals?mc_cid=a89acd2a07&mc_eid=9be4dbc768

  • 19 Sep 2017 12:19 PM | Cheryl Poth (Administrator)

    Online webinar series hosted by IIQM and MMIRA 

    September Webinar: Using Mixed Methods Research for Culturally Relevant Program Design and Evaluation
    Presenters:  John Hitchcock & Bonnie Nastasi
    Date & Time:September 26, 2017 8:00am MDT


    CLICK HERE to register

<< First  < Prev   1   2   3   Next >  Last >> 
© MMIRA
Powered by Wild Apricot Membership Software