Extra Mixed Methods Links


Extra Mixed Methods Links



Mixed Methods Overview

Understanding Mixed Methods Research – The PDF in the link provides an introduction to mixed methods research, terminology and common uses.

The Advantages and Disadvantages of Mixed Methodology Research – The link discusses the pros and cons of mixed methods research.

Mixed Methods Research Designs – This resource provides a basic definition of mixed methods, as well as a discussion of why to use mixed methods and common mixed methods designs.

Quantitative, Qualitative, and Mixed Research – The resource compares and contrasts all three types of research methodologies and discusses the advantages of mixed methods research.


When to Use Mixed Methods

Quantitative, Qualitative, and Mixed Research – The resource compares and contrasts all three types of research methodologies and discusses the advantages of mixed methods research.

Using a Mixed Method Approach to Enhance and Validate Your Research – The link is a slideshow that explains mixed methods research and how it can be used to enhance research projects.

Mixed Methods Research Designs – The resource provides a list of reasons why mixed methods research can be advantageous and when it should be used.

Mixed Research – The link provides a list of the strengths and weaknesses of mixed methods research, as well as a discussion of types of mixed methods.


Choosing a Mixed Methods Design

Choosing a Mixed Methods Design – This is a link to a book chapter that offers a comprehensive view at mixed methods design and how to choose the appropriate design for a particular project.

Nature and Design of Mixed Methods Research – The link below discusses important factors that should be considered when choosing a mixed methods design and discusses the basic types of designs.

Using a Mixed Method Approach to Enhance and Validate Your Research – The link is a slideshow that explains mixed methods research and the basic types of research design.

Mixed Methods Research Designs – The resource provides a list of reasons why mixed methods research can be advantageous, when it should be used and basic types of research design.

Mixed Methods Data Collection

Merging Qualitative and Quantitative Data in Mixed Methods Research – The resource discusses data collection methods and data analysis for mixed methods research.

Research Design: Qualitative, Quantitative and Mixed Methods Designs  In the resource, John Creswell describes the three types of research designs, data collection and data analysis strategies.

Using a Mixed Method Approach to Enhance and Validate Your Research – The link is a slideshow that explains mixed methods research and the basic types of research design.

Mixed Methods Research Designs – The resource provides a list of reasons why mixed methods research can be advantageous, when it should be used and basic types of research design.

 

Analyzing Mixed Methods Data

Merging Qualitative and Quantitative Data in Mixed Methods Research – The resource discusses data collection methods and data analysis for mixed methods research.

Merging Qualitative and Quantitative Data in Mixed Methods Research: How To and Why Not – This article assesses the merging of qualitative and quantitative data through a transformative process, discussing the advantages and challenges.

Data Analysis in Mixed Research: A Primer – The PDF article describes the basics of mixed methods research and includes examples of how to integrate data.

Using a Mixed Method Approach to Enhance and Validate Your Research – The link is a slideshow that explains mixed methods research, basic types of research design, data collection strategies, and the basics of data analysis.


Software for Mixed Methods

Comparison of Qualitative Analysis Software – This resource provides a side-by-side comparison chart of software packages and their features. (Dead Link)

Qualitative Software – The link provides a list of software packages and links for additional information.

Analyzing Quantitative Data – This page lists and describe three of the most commonly used statistical software packages for use with quantitative data.

Free Software for Statistics and Research – This is a list of free statistical software programs that may be useful for analyzing data.


Ethics & Mixed Methods

What is Ethics in Research & Why is it Important - Ethical concerns must also be considered when designing a research project. The website discusses common codes and policies regarding ethics in research.

Ethical Issues in Conducting Research – The link is PDF that offers a comprehensive discussion of ethical issues in conducting research.

What is an IRB and its Purpose? - What does IRB stand for? What is the purpose of an IRB and how does a researcher know when they need to use it?

Ethics in Qualitative Research – The link is PDF of an article in Profession and Society that critically examines ethical issues in qualitative research.

Research Designs and Research Ethics – This resource offers an explanation of ethical concerns in research and discusses the need to address both quantitative and qualitative concerns when using mixed methods.


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