Quantitative, Qualitative, and Mixed Methods: Revisiting the Continuum Spaces in Epistemology,
Theoretical Framework, and Methodology
The Graduate Student Development offers a workshop on Quantitative, Qualitative, and
Mixed Methods: Revisiting the Continuum Spaces in Epistemology, Theoretical Framework,
Date and Time:
11:00 am – 12:30 pm
Thursday, 5 Oct 2023
F3 Building, Room 106 (Hybrid)
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This workshop is for students in Master's and Doctorate programs. Undergraduates or
anyone interested is welcome to attend.
Dr. Negmeldin Alsheikh
Department of Curriculum and Instruction
College of Education
The main objective of this workshop is to enhance our understanding and perspective
of inquiry in social science and other fields of scientific inquiry. The presentation
focuses on expanding our knowledge of quantitative, qualitative, and mixed methods
as a third option. It will analyze these paradigms' epistemology, theoretical perspectives,
methodology, and methods. Researchers who wish to direct their research based on
different research paradigms and explore various ways of creating and presenting
ideas would find this presentation useful. Additionally, the presentation will provide
general guidance on data collection and analysis.
It is recommended to bring your Research plan and your laptop and ensure it is fully
charged, as the room may not have convenient power sockets.
No registration is required.
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