This paper represents the third in a series of reports published in TQR in which authors explore students’ experiences learning to conduct qualitative research. Prior researchers have suggested that emotional and experiential elements of the learning experience are key for students learning to conduct qualitative research; the use of arts-based approaches may help address these priorities. We gave students in a conflict analysis and resolution degree program opportunities to conduct qualitative research using either an arts-based or traditional approach to analysis. We identified several ways that arts enhanced the learning experience for students, and discuss considerations for instructors or others who would like to incoporate an arts-based element into research instruction.
Qualitative Research, Arts, Learning Experience
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Chatfield, S. L., Cooper, R., Holden, E., & Macias, K. (2014). Enhancing the Experience: A Multiple Case Study of Students' Experiences Using Arts-Based Techniques in Learning Qualitative Research. The Qualitative Report, 19(41), 1-13. Retrieved from http://nsuworks.nova.edu/tqr/vol19/iss41/3