Case Studies or Surveys?

23 03 2010

Over a week ago, Karen Paton, the University for the Creative Art’s Academic Developer in Learning and Teaching Research reminded me to look at the interviews I have scheduled, and consider whether they are really case studies, or in fact more likely to be surveys.

Karen lent me a copy of ‘Doing your Research Project’, by Judith Bell (4th ed. 2008), and sent me a photocopy of a chapter on case studies in ‘Researching Learning in Higher Education’, by Glynis Cousin (2009).

I have also been reading material for the literature review and need to update the references section on the blog.

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