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Abstract

YouTube, the video hosting service, offers students, teachers, and practitioners of qualitative researchers a unique reservoir of video clips introducing basic qualitative research concepts, sharing qualitative data from interviews and field observations, and presenting completed research studies. This web-based site also affords qualitative researchers the potential avenue to share their reusable learning resources for all interested parties to use

Keywords

YouTube, User Generated Content, Web 2.0, Qualitative Research, Learning Objects

Author Bio(s)

Dr. Ronald J. Chenail is the Co-Editor for The Qualitative Report and The Weekly Qualitative Report at Nova Southeastern University. He also serves at the Vice President of Institutional Effectiveness and Professor of Family Therapy. He can be contacted at 3301 College Avenue, Fort Lauderdale, FL 33314-7796 USA; Telephone: 954.262.5389; Fax: 954.262.3970; E-mail: ron@nsu.nova.edu.

Publication Date

10-27-2008

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Comments

Original volume and issue number from The Qualitative Weekly, an offshoot publication of The Qualitative Report which has been folded into the primary journal: Volume 1, Issue 4

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