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9 June 2016
Bridging the Theory Practice Divide with Mixed Qualitative Methods
Presented By Professor R Davison, Department of Information Systems, City University Hong Kong
- School of Business and Economics, Loughborough University, LE11 3TU
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To register for this event please go through the on-line store. The workshop is limited to 20 participants and places are filling up fast.
Registration for the workshop is £59 for externals but free for Loughborough University Staff.
*This workshop is for academic faculty and is not open to PhD students*
About this event
Registration for our third IS/IM mid-career workshop 'Bridging the Theory-Practice Divide with Mixed Qualitative Methods' led by Professor Robert Davison is now open.
In this workshop, Robert will focus on how researchers can leverage topics in the space that connects research and practice, with a particular focus on mixed qualitative methods. This will involve both seminar-type presentations and participation from the workshop attendees. This participation will be oriented towards planning for a research study to be undertaken in this research-practice space.
Robert will discuss the nature of the theory-practice divide (TPD), the opportunities that TPD research provides for publication, illustrations of how TPD articles can be published in top journals and the use of mixed methods for TPD research. The workshop will be highly interactive and is designed to encourage the development of collaborations between participants to takeaway outline project plans for further development and publication.
The schedule is as follows:
10.50 Welcome & Introductions
11.00 Introduction to the workshop
11.20 Kick-off activity
11.30 The Nature of the Theory-Practice Divide
12.00 Group Activity 2
12.25 Group Presentations
13.45 Methods for Theory-Practice Divide Research
14.15 Group Activity 3
14.40 Group Presentations
Once you have registered for the workshop you will be provided with a link for the pre-workshop reading.
If you have any questions, comments or suggestions that you wish to raise with us prior to the workshop, please do so.
We very much look forward to seeing you on Thursday 9 June 2016.
- Crispin Coombs
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