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Based upon the lessons learned and the educational materials generated from a doctoral course on qualitative data analysis, a group of doctoral students, their professor, and a linguistics consultant launched an on- going project to create a series of reusable learning objects designed to help other groups of students and professors learn how to analyze qualitative data. The results of the first six months of this project are shared, as the team describes how they have begun to use instructional design and software applications to create a digital learning environment in the form of a series of activities engineered to help analysts learn how to master grounded theory open coding
Grounded Theory, Reusable Learning Objects, Qualitative Data Analysis, and Digital Learning Environment
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Chenail, R. J., Spong, J. L., Chenail, J., Liscio, M., McLean, L. G., Cox, H. G., Shepherd, B., & Mowzoon, N. C. (2006). Creating and Using Learning Objects in Qualitative Research Education. The Qualitative Report, 11(3), 450-473. https://doi.org/10.46743/2160-3715/2006.1662
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