A Guide to Conducting Online Research
A Guide to Using Technology in Research is designed to support students, academics, and practitioner researchers in using technology as part of their research. The book begins by looking at what questions to ask and how to prepare to conduct online research, then concentrates on particular technologies and how to employ them effectively, before concluding with a discussion of the peculiarities of conducting research in the online environment.
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2 DESIGNING AN ONLINE STUDY
3 RESEARCH STANDARDS AND ETHICAL CONSIDERATIONS
4 USING EMAIL FOR DATA COLLECTION
5 RESEARCHING USING INSTANT MESSAGING AND CHAT
6 SURVEY RESEARCH ON THE INTERNET
BLOGSWIKIS AND WEBSITES
8 ACCESSING AND USING WEBBASED DATA
9 ANALYZING THE DATA
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