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Case Studies
Case Studies

Imagine your childhood neighborhood. Retrace the steps that you would take each day to play outside, visit friends, or simply explore. Perhaps there are many experiences that you dwell on, such as the place where you crashed your bike, the smell of c…

Qualitative Rigor
Qualitative Rigor

Imagine you are reading the abstract of a study, and the researcher claims something like "our interviews showed that games can be great for teaching collaboration skills."What questions would you have for the researcher?Would you believe them and tr…

Sampling
Sampling

Most research studies in education require some form of sampling. Because you can't always study everyone or everything, sampling means that you only study part of a larger group and (hopefully) are still able to draw meaningful conclusions.For insta…

Project Management Competencies of Educational Technology Professionals in Higher Education
Project Management Competencies of Educational Technology Professionals in Higher Education

The purpose of this research is to explore the competencies of project managers in the field of educational technology in the higher education context. A conceptual framework is presented based on the current definition of the field of educational te…