Carla Quesada Pallarès
University of Barcelona, Spain
Research methods are at the core of any empirical study. Learning researchers have at their disposal a rich repertoire of different qualitative, quantitative, and mixed method designs that correspond with different underlying methodological and epistemological paradigms. These methods are associated with various units of analysis on individual and collective levels.
The aim of the SIG is to offer a forum and platform for all those who wish to engage in discussions, dialogues, reflections, and joint collaborations on methods in learning research. In doing so, the SIG is open for all methods, methodologies, and epistemologies that address the processes, practices, and outcomes of human learning. Some key questions are:
EARLI Methods Chats are low-key meetings in which EARLI members gather to talk about their experiences, ideas, questions... regarding a specific methodological topic. They are designed for both junior and senior researchers, for beginners, experts, and anyone in between. The idea is that we can all learn from each other. Whoever you are, please join us if you want to chat about methods and meet like-minded peers!
November 29th 2023, 1pm-2pm (GMT +1)
Discussant: Paulina Robalino (SILK Research Centre, Spain)
January 10th 2024, 1pm-2pm (GMT +1)
Discussant: Ann-Sophie Grub (Saarland University, Germany)
February 7th 2024, 1pm-2pm (GMT +1)
Discussant: Aldin Alijagic (University of Augsburg, Germany)
SIG 4 & 17 Biannual Conference 2024
Conference Website: https://www.earli.org/sig-4-si...
SIG 17 Biennial Conference 2020 (CANCELLED)
SIG 17 & 25 Biennial Conference 2018