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constructivism and qualitative research http://rjh.goingeast.ca/2011/10/15/constructivism-and-qualitative-research/
reflections on writing a research proposal http://rjh.goingeast.ca/2011/10/04/reflections-on-writing-a-research-proposal/
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rebecca j. hogue ~ avid blogger, digital citizenship educator, phd candidate, breast cancer survivor about me list of blog posts portfolio publications health (illness) bloggers november 28, 2016 0 in my literature review for my research i came across a great article (keating & rains, 2015) on the social support health (illness) bloggers receive. […] illness blogs as a data source for health sciences research – #ethics november 26, 2016 0 this post is a follow up on my post the ethical use of twitter and blogs in research as well as the series of blogs posts on […] the ethical use of twitter and blogs in research november 24, 2016 1 a conversation happened on twitter today that began with the question: do you have ethical concerns about researchers analysing your tweets w/o your permission? (i […] what trump means for academic conferences november 20, 2016 2 one of my first thoughts when i heard that trump was elected was that it meant much fewer opportunities to hear diverse voices at international […] tagging my posts november 9, 2016 0 one of the first steps (i don’t have a linear process so there isn’t really one first step) in my research is to tag all […] shifting my research question november 8, 2016 2 in the spirit of open dissertations, i figured i’d write a little more about where i’m headed with my dissertation. my last two weeks were […] why i hate accessibility rules in online learning november 7, 2016 0 i know, this might be blasphemy, but i really hate it when policies are pushed down that require that all aspects of online learning are […] cancer blogging: a survivor’s story october 30, 2016 2 yesterday, i presented at the ais 2016 annual conference. it was the first time i have presented using an autoethnography of a blog – so […] seeing autoethnograpy september 19, 2016 2 once i started blogging, i found myself becoming more aware of bloggable moments. i saw blog posts in the things that i do every day. […] window shopping september 18, 2016 0 i stepped on the stage with a little wobble. my stomach was churning. the audience of over 200 people sat there waiting for me to […] 1 2 3 … 42 » search for: facebook page facebook page subscribe to blog via email enter your email address to subscribe to this blog and receive notifications of new posts by email. join 24 other subscribers email address archives archives select month november 2016 (7) october 2016 (1) september 2016 (5) august 2016 (6) july 2016 (5) june 2016 (6) may 2016 (5) april 2016 (3) march 2016 (4) february 2016 (3) january 2016 (9) december 2015 (7) november 2015 (8) october 2015 (3) september 2015 (8) august 2015 (4) july 2015 (6) june 2015 (6) may 2015 (10) april 2015 (8) march 2015 (11) february 2015 (2) january 2015 (2) december 2014 (1) november 2014 (2) october 2014 (5) september 2014 (5) august 2014 (4) july 2014 (3) may 2014 (5) april 2014 (8) march 2014 (3) february 2014 (1) january 2014 (10) december 2013 (10) november 2013 (11) october 2013 (6) september 2013 (3) august 2013 (1) july 2013 (3) june 2013 (2) may 2013 (1) april 2013 (4) march 2013 (4) february 2013 (1) january 2013 (3) december 2012 (1) november 2012 (5) october 2012 (6) september 2012 (9) august 2012 (8) july 2012 (7) june 2012 (3) may 2012 (5) april 2012 (3) march 2012 (13) february 2012 (4) january 2012 (3) december 2011 (2) november 2011 (6) october 2011 (7) september 2011 (12) august 2011 (7) july 2011 (19) june 2011 (12) may 2011 (8) april 2011 (18) march 2011 (2) february 2011 (1) january 2011 (1) october 2010 (1) september 2010 (1) august 2010 (1) june 2010 (4) may 2010 (1) november 2007 (1) october 2007 (1) september 2007 (1) august 2007 (2) july 2007 (4) june 2007 (5) april 2007 (1) march 2007 (2) february 2007 (6) categoriescategories select category #rhizo advanced stats – edu 7395 android autoethnography autopathography badges blogging california dreamin change11 clmooc communicating conferences connected dbr elearning emerging technologies and learning epistemology facilitating going mobile healthcare innovating instructional design ipad ipad2 learning learning technology medx mlearning mobile development mooc online teaching open opinion pathography phd ponderings research self publishing software how-to / review teaching technical writing the cloud uncategorized university teaching usability virtuallyconnecting workflows workshops top posts & pages constructivism and qualitative research reflections on writing a research proposal theories - descriptive/prescriptive learning theories / instructional design theories pragmatism and mixed-methods research axiology - what do you value in research? copyright © rebecca j. hogue2016 | wordpress theme by mh themes


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