I teach graduate and doctoral students about research process and methodology, and as a result I have started to develop some research tools to help novice researchers approach and organize the process. As the rich world of research is far broader than a few simple tools can speak to, there is not a tool that can work for all situations–these are merely meant as helpful instructional aids along the journey. I sought to develop these tools with feedback from colleagues, and in this same spirit I offer them for anybody to use under a Creative Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License.
- Qualitative Research Evaluation Tool for Articles in the Social Sciences v14
- Quantitative Research Evaluation Tool for Articles in the Social Sciences v8
- Literature Review Table 090913v3
- Method of Inquiry Table 090913v6
Please Contact Me with any questions, comments, suggestions, or feedback.
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RT @JeffreyKeefer: Research Tools I created and offer for use as needed. Comments are welcome. http://t.co/wgSdfOLBpI #phdchat #AdjunctChat…
@JeffreyKeefer I tried to look at the links, but it tells me to log in. Thoughts?
@trentmkays Wow, not sure what happened. Try this one: http://t.co/QgB5R8Vmi7
@JeffreyKeefer This is what I still get when I try to access the files. http://t.co/RoFQmcWKsU
@trentmkays No idea what the issue is; perhaps the cache needs to be cleared? I don’t believe http://t.co/QgB5R8Vmi7 requires a log on.
@jeffreykeefer yeeeees, they are! I have to check them up with my dissertation…