1, 2, 3, 4 and 5 July 2013
A course in research design, methods and techniques used in design-based research
Target group: researchers in the language field aiming to investigate the results of specific design practices and experiments in an evidence-based manner.
This course is aimed at and is most valuable for researchers who are designing and developing their own empirical research or for those who are in the early stages of conducting it. Since most of this work is done on a personal and individual basis, researchers will benefit from the tailor-made input of the lecturers.
The contents of this course will be largely determined by the needs of the participants.
Prior to the course, the lecturers will acquire an insight into each participant's research and thus will be able to give instant methodological advice in function of the further course of the research.
A hands-on approach will enable participants to have the opportunity to work with their own data sets.
The number of participants is limited to 15.
Sven De Maeyer, PhD and Vincent Donche, PhD, University of Antwerp, Institute of Education and Information Sciences
Professor Jozef Colpaert, Educational Engineering, Instructional Technology and CALL, University of Antwerp, Institute of Education and Information Sciences and LINGUAPOLIS
Management and organisation:
Ann Aerts, LINGUAPOLIS, Institute for Language and Communication, University of Antwerp