19.076 new on WWW: Innovate for 7/05; FQS 6.2 on Qualitative Inquiry

From: Humanist Discussion Group (by way of Willard McCarty willard.mccarty_at_kcl.ac.uk>
Date: Sun, 5 Jun 2005 10:23:58 +0100

                Humanist Discussion Group, Vol. 19, No. 76.
       Centre for Computing in the Humanities, King's College London
                     Submit to: humanist_at_princeton.edu

   [1] From: "James L. Morrison" <morrison_at_unc.edu> (53)
         Subject: June/July Issue of Innovate

   [2] From: Katja Mruck <mruck_at_zedat.fu-berlin.de> (215)
         Subject: FQS 6(2) "Qualitative Inquiry: Research, Archiving,
                 and Reuse" online

         Date: Sun, 05 Jun 2005 10:14:41 +0100
         From: "James L. Morrison" <morrison_at_unc.edu>
         Subject: June/July Issue of Innovate

The June/July 2005 issue of Innovate is now available at

Innovate is a peer-reviewed, bimonthly e-journal published as a public
service by the Fischler School of Education and Human Services at Nova
Southeastern University. It features creative practices and cutting-edge
research on the use of information technology to enhance education.

James Shimabukuro opens the issue with a thought-provoking essay arguing
that once advanced technologies have fully liberated us from the
constraints of time and place, students will turn not to a single teacher,
but to a partnership of learning advisors, paraprofessional monitors, and
peer tutors to reach their academic goals. Marc Prensky contents that cell
phones, which are portable, powerful, and already in the hands of millions
of students, are well equipped to assist student development once educators
grasp their significance as learning tools.

Like cell phones, weblogs have obvious social uses and less appreciated
educational applications. Drawing on pedagogical theory and personal
practice, Stuart Glogoff documents the ways in which blogging can build
community, enhance knowledge construction, and increase interactivity in
both online and hybrid courses.

New technology tools and practices are exciting on their own, but making
them work within Web-based course management systems is often a challenge.
Kay Wijekumar focuses on the best ways to design and conduct an online
course with such constraints--and proposes software changes that would make
CMSs more effective and user friendly. Lyn Barnes, Sheila Scutter, and
Janette Young follow with a description of a pilot study using screen
recording and compression software to reinforce key content in online courses.

Ellen Cohn and Bernard Hibbitts reexamine the traditional definition of
public service and question its division from teaching and research. They
also argue that service can be just as valuable online as in person.

David Baucus and Melissa Baucus shift our attention to the corporate world.
They review the history of corporate universities--unique, quickly evolving
environments dedicated to fast, effective learning--and reflect on the
evolution of technological innovations that serve educational and business

Stephen Downes concludes the issue with a review of Connexions, a Rice
University Web site where educators can create learning objects,
instructors can assemble them into modules and courses, and visitors can
learn from the resulting resources.

Please forward this announcement to appropriate mailing lists and to
colleagues who want to use IT tools to advance their work.

Many thanks.


James L. Morrison
Editor-in-Chief, Innovate
Professor Emeritus of Educational Leadership
UNC-Chapel Hill
         Date: Sun, 05 Jun 2005 10:15:45 +0100
         From: Katja Mruck <mruck_at_zedat.fu-berlin.de>
         Subject: FQS 6(2) "Qualitative Inquiry: Research, Archiving, and 
Reuse" online
Dear All,
I would like to inform you that the 18th FQS Issue -- "Qualitative
Inquiry: Research, Archiving, and Reuse"
(http://www.qualitative-research.net/fqs/fqs-e/inhalt2-05-e.htm), edited
by Manfred Max Bergman & Thomas Samuel Eberle -- is available online for
free. As always, in addition to contributions relating to "Qualitative
Inquiry: Research, Archiving, and Reuse," FQS 6(2) also provides
selected single contributions and articles that belong to the FQS Debate
on Qualitative Research and Ethics, to FQS Interviews, FQS Reviews, and
to FQS Conferences.
Enjoy reading!
Katja Mruck
Ps: If you would like to subscribe to our newsletter to be informed
monthly about new texts, conferences etc., see
http://www.qualitative-research.net/fqs/fqs-e/bezug-e.htm (currently
distributed to 5,200 colleagues worldwide).
http://www.qualitative-research.net/fqs/fqs-e/inhalt2-05-e.htm English
http://www.qualitative-research.net/fqs/fqs-d/inhalt2-05-d.htm German
http://www.qualitative-research.net/fqs/fqs-s/inhalt2-05-s.htm Spanish
C=E9sar A. Cisneros Puebla, Katja Mruck & Wolff-Michael Roth: Editorial:
The FQS Issue on "Qualitative Inquiry: Research, Archiving, and Reuse"
(Spanish full text)
Thomas S. Eberle & Manfred Max Bergman (Switzerland): Introduction
Part 1: The Why and How of Qualitative Methods
Thomas S. Eberle (Switzerland): Promoting Qualitative Research in
Nigel Fielding (UK): The Resurgence, Legitimation and
Institutionalization of Qualitative Methods
Veronique Mottier (Switzerland): The Interpretive Turn: History, Memory,
and Storage in Qualitative Research
Manfred Max Bergman (Switzerland) & Anthony P.M. Coxon (UK):
The Quality in Qualitative Methods
Part 2: The Why and How of Archiving Qualitative Data
Fran=E7oise Cribier (France): The Value of Qualitative Data and their
Archiving: the French Situation
Louise Corti & Gill Backhouse (UK): Acquiring Qualitative Data for
Secondary Analysis
Diane Opitz & Andreas Witzel (Germany): The Concept and Architecture of
the Bremen Life Course Archive
Katja Mruck (Germany): Providing (Online) Resources and Services for
Qualitative Researchers: Challenges and Potentials
Dominique Joye (Switzerland): Qualitative or Quantitative? Data
Archiving in Documentation, Research and Teaching
Anthony P.M. Coxon (UK): Integrating Qualitative and Quantitative Data:
What does the User Need?
Louise Corti (UK): User Support
Single Contributions
Michael Appel (Germany): The Autobiographic-Narrative Interview: The
Theoretical Implications and the Analysis Procedure of a Case Study
About Cultural Changes Among the Otomi-"Indians" in Mexico
(Spanish full text)
Barbara B. Kawulich (USA): Participant Observation as a Data Collection
Udo Kelle (Germany): "Emergence" vs. "Forcing" of Empirical Data? A
Crucial Problem of "Grounded Theory" Reconsidered
Milind Sathye (Australia): Supervisory Practice: A Qualitative Study
Christian Spannagel, Michaela Glaeser-Zikuda & Ulrik Schroeder
(Germany): Application of Qualitative Content Analysis in User-Program
Interaction Research
Inga Truschkat, Manuela Kaiser & Vera Reinartz (Germany): A Recipe Book
Approach to Research? Practical Suggestions for Using Grounded Theory in
Dissertations and Thesis Projects
Cate Watson (UK): Living the Life of the Social Inquirer: Beginning
Educational Research
FQS Debate: Qualitative Research and Ethics
Kristine Edgington & Jillian Roberts (Canada) Serving Youth with
Physical Deformity in Canadian Schools: Ethical Guidelines for
Non-Discriminatory Practice
FQS Interviews
Barbara Zielke (Germany): The Case for Dialogue. Reply to: "Social
Constructionism as Cultism," Carl Ratner, December 2004
FQS Reviews
Gonzalo Bacigalupe (USA): Focus Group Practices: Studying Conversation.
Review Essay: Claudia Puchta & Jonathan Potter (2004). Focus Group
Volker Barth (France, Germany): Review Note: Claudia Bruns & Tilmann
Walter (Eds.) (2004). Von Lust und Schmerz. Eine Historische
Anthropologie der Sexualitaet [Lust and Pain. A Historical Anthropology
of Sexuality]
Andrea Buehrmann (Germany): Review Note: Jochen Glaeser & Grit Laudel
(2004). Experteninterviews und qualitative Inhaltsanalyse [The Expert
Interview and Content Analysis]
Brian Christens (USA): Review Note: Robert Neuwirth (2005). Shadow
Cities: A Billion Squatters, a New Urban World
Claudia Dreke (Germany): Review Note: Sylka Scholz (2004). Maennlichkeit
erzaehlen. Lebensgeschichtliche Identitaetskonstruktionen ostdeutscher
Maenner [Talking Masculinity. Biographical Constructions of Identity by
East German Men]
Robert B. Faux (USA): To Reveal Thy Heart Perchance to Reveal the World.
Review Essay: Ronald J. Pelias (2004). A Methodology of the Heart:
Evoking Academic and Daily Life
Katharina Gajdukowa (Germany): Review Note: Christof Beyer (2004). Der
Erfurter Amoklauf in der Presse. Unerklaerlichkeit und die Macht der
Erklaerung: Eine Diskusanalyse anhand zweier ausgewaehlter Beispiele
[The Erfurt Amok Run in the Print Press. Inexplicability and the Power
of Explication: A Discourse Analysis of two Selected Examples]
Mary Gergen (USA): Review Note: Stephen John Hartnett (2003).
Incarceration Nation: Investigative Prison Poems of Hope and Terror
Stefanie Grosse (Germany): Review Note: Thomas Kuehn (2004).
Berufsbiografie und Familiengruendung. Biografiegestaltung junger
Erwachsener nach Abschluss der Berufsausbildung [Vocational Biography
and Family Planning: The Shaping of the Biographies of Young Adults
After Vocational Training]
Heiko Grunenberg (Germany): Review Note: Jo Reichertz (2003). Die
Abduktion in der qualitativen Sozialforschung [Abduction in Qualitative
Social Research]
Lawrence J. Hammar (Papua New Guinea): From Margins to Centers ...
Hopefully. Review Essay: Judith Green & Nicki Thorogood (2004).
Qualitative Methods for Health Research
Reinhard Kacianka (Austria): Review Note: Mathias Spohr (2003). Das
gemeinsame Mass. Ansaetze zu einer allgemeinen Medientheorie [The Common
Measure. Approaches to a General Media Theory]
Carlos Koelbl (Germany): Review Note: Wilhelm Kempf (2003).
Forschungsmethoden der Psychologie. Zwischen naturwissenschaftlichem
Experiment und sozialwissenschaftlicher Hermeneutik. Band 1: Theorie und
Empirie [Methods of Psychology. Between Scientific Experiment and Social
Science Hermeneutics. Volume 1: Theory and Empiricism]
Sina Lucia Kottmann (Germany): Karl Schloegel Reads Time in Space:
Tracing Old Paths Towards New Horizons. Review Essay: Karl Schloegel
(2003). Im Raume lesen wir die Zeit. Ueber Zivilisationsgeschichte und
Geopolitik [In Space We Read Time. About the History of Civilization and
Ralf Ottermann (Germany): Qualitative Research on Prostitution in the
Early '80s' Red-light Districts of Vienna. Review Essay: Roland Girtler
(2004). Der Strich. Soziologie eines Milieus [Prostitution. Sociology of
a Social Milieu]
Mike Steffen Schaefer (Germany): Review Note: Heinz Bonfadelli (2002).
Medieninhaltsforschung. Grundlagen, Methoden, Anwendungen [Media Content
Research. Foundations, Methods, Applications]
Martin Spetsmann-Kunkel (Germany): Review Note: Roland Girtler (2004).
10 Gebote der Feldforschung [The Ten Commandments of Field Study]
Benjamin Stingl (Germany): Humans as Monuments. Notes on the Mediating
Aesthetics of Hip-Hop. Review Essay: Jannis Androutsopoulos (Ed.)
(2003). Hip-Hop: Globale Kultur - lokale Praktiken [Hip-Hop: Global
Culture-Local Practices]
Jaan Valsiner (USA): Review Note: Michael D. Myers & David Avison (Eds.)
(2002). Qualitative Research in Information Systems
Till Westermayer (Germany): Review Note: Stefan Boeschen & Ingo
Schulz-Schaeffer (Eds.) (2003). Wissenschaft in der Wissensgesellschaft
[Science in a Knowledge Society]
FQS Conferences
Joan M. Eakin & Eric Mykhalovskiy (Canada): Conference Report, Teaching
Against the Grain: The Challenges of Teaching Qualitative Research in
the Health Sciences. A National Workshop on Teaching Qualitative
Research in the Health Sciences
Daniel Dominguez Figaredo & Laura Alonso Diaz (Spain): Conference
Report, II Online Congress for the Observatory of the Cybersociety:
Towards what Knowledge Society?
http://www.qualitative-research.net/fqs-texte/2-05/05-2-2-s.htm (Spanish
full text)
Jana Klemm & Georg Glasze (Germany): Conference Report, Methodological
Problems of Foucault-inspired Discourse Analysis in the Social Sciences.
Workshop on "Applied Discourse Analysis"
FQS - Forum Qualitative Sozialforschung
/ Forum: Qualitative Social Research (ISSN 1438-5627)
English -> http://www.qualitative-research.net/fqs/fqs-eng.htm
German -> http://www.qualitative-research.net/fqs/fqs.htm
Spanish -> http://www.qualitative-research.net/fqs/fqs-s.htm
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