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International Journal of Research & Method in Education

2015 Volume 38, Number 3

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Number of articles: 6

  1. Capturing Children's Knowledge-Making Dialogues in Minecraft

    Marina Wernholm & Sylvi Vigmo

    The aim of this article is to address how online tools and digital technologies can influence data collection opportunities. We are still at the early stages of piecing together a more holistic... More

    pp. 230-246

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  2. Digital Stories as a Method for Evidence-Based Practice and Knowledge Co-Creation in Technology-Enhanced Learning for Children with Autism

    Sarah Parsons, Karen Guldberg, Kaska Porayska-Pomsta & Rachael Lee

    Storytelling is a powerful means of expression especially for voices that may be difficult to hear or represent in typical ways. This paper reports and reflects on our experiences of co-creating... More

    pp. 247-271

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  3. Studying Professional Knowledge Use in Practice Using Multimedia Scenarios Delivered Online

    Patricio Herbst & Daniel Chazan

    We describe how multimedia scenarios delivered online can be used in instruments for the study of professional knowledge. Based on our work in the study of the knowledge and rationality involved in... More

    pp. 272-287

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  4. "Disqus" Website-Based Commenting as an e-Research Method: Engaging Doctoral and Early-Career Academic Learners in Educational Research

    Daniel Kilburn & Jonathan Earley

    This article presents an adaptation of established qualitative research methods for online focus groups by using the "Disqus" website-based commenting platform as a medium for discussion ... More

    pp. 288-303

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  5. Hermeneutics as a Methodological Resource for Understanding Empathy in On-Line Learning Environments

    Margaret Walshaw & Wayne Duncan

    Hermeneutics is both a philosophical tradition and a methodological resource. In this qualitative study, hermeneutics provided, simultaneously, a framework and a methodology for understanding... More

    pp. 304-319

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  6. Advancing Ethics Frameworks and Scenario-Based Learning to Support Educational Research into Mobile Learning

    Trish Andrews, Laurel Evelyn Dyson & Jocelyn Wishart

    The ubiquity of mobile devices and their use for collecting and sharing data require a reconsideration of approaches taken to managing ethical concerns in the educational research context. In the... More

    pp. 320-334

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