Visit SAGE MethodSpace to read: Collaborating on Research for Social Good, a post about working within or across groups.
See my post on the Textbook and Academic Authors Assoc.blog about thinking about how we see ourselves (and measure success) as writers: Academic writing: Counting words of meaning?
I gave a webinar on ancillary materials and companion book sites, which was summarized in the Textbook & Academic Author Association’s newsletter. See the second page of Academic Author, Summer 2017. If you’d like to see the archived webinar, just join this terrific community of writers!
Thinking about a qualitative research methods course update for the digital age? Doing Qualitative Research Online covers ethical and theoretical foundations, as well as a wide range of approaches to collect or generate data. In addition to finding appropriate extant data, the book encourages researchers to explore ways to elicit data online through interviews or focus groups, or to use enacted methods such as arts-based and experiential methods.
See the SAGE Publications companion site for instructional ideas including a sample syllabus, assignments, media, and (open access) articles.
From an instructor’s blog: “Everyone in the class liked the text. It is well organized, informative, and clearly written. There are great charts and tables throughout that illustrate the points being made, and students appreciated this component.”