SAGE Research Methods Instructional Session for Dalhousie University - Shared screen with speaker view
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That’s clear. Thanks!
I did not see law listed. Do you have legal research methods?
Could this be usedfor natural as well as social science? I teach an interdisc methods class.
Hi Kate, we do have some material could be useful for natural sciences
Will we have access to this recording? I can imagine colleagues and students would find this really helpful.
Yes, we will make sure to share the recording!
Kate, here is just a quick search I ran on the keyword: natural sciences
Thank you! I like the checklists.
And Keith, I pulled a quick search on the keyword for law, just as a place to get started
i meant the project planner. looks like it is SS.
Ah, yes. My understanding from the editorial team is that its intended to be interdisciplinarily applicable, but we can confirm with Emily as well
I had no idea we had access to all these books. (I’ve been browsing). A great resource. Thanks for the clear overview.
SS is mentioned a lot in the planner and my ecologists get tetchy about that
Thank you so much Emily. Very useful presentation and introduction to the Sage materials. Would also urge my colleagues to consider including Indigenous worldviews and methodological perspectives into their RM courses where/if possible.
This a great resource, thanks.
Well done! Thank you!