Over the next few weeks I will be developing a number of resources on research methods to support some of my teaching. Given the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic many of these resources will be about online research methods. I am adding them here so they are publicly accessible for anyone else to use.
This Twitter thread highlights a number of references relating to online qualitative methods.
As an ethics committee, we have produced COVID-19 guidance for students doing empirical projects. For many it will require suspending data collection, moving to online platforms, or redesigning projects. Here are some resources & examples for qualitative projects (1/n)— Adam Jowett (@DrAdamJowett) March 18, 2020
More recently this tweet by Dr Sophie Yates has identified an excellent Google Document listing a wide range of sources on conducting online research:
If, like me, you had been blithely planning to conduct face-to-face research interviews this year, you might find this magical document curated by @DALupton useful for the Great COVID Pivot of 2020 https://t.co/ByLkTClSR5 #qualitativeresearch pic.twitter.com/77aiPdENpZ— Sophie Yates (@DrSophieYates) April 3, 2020