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    [MUSIC PLAYING][Janet Salmons Defines Qualitative e-Research]

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    DR. JANET SALMONS: Qualitative e-researchallows us to use information and communication technologiesto collect data from participants anywhere,any time, and to understand their perceptions, experiences,and observations as they communicate itthrough visual, written, audio, or media.

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    DR. JANET SALMONS [continued]: [Dr. Janet Salmons, Capella University School of Business]I'll share an example of online interviewsusing web conferencing techniques.So a web conferencing space is whatI call a multichannel meeting space,because it allows for the use of a variety of kindsof communication within one platform.

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    DR. JANET SALMONS [continued]: So we could use the shared whiteboardto not only present images of the phenomenon we're studyingbut also to generate data from within the interview usingthe whiteboard tools.So for example, if I were interviewing you

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    DR. JANET SALMONS [continued]: about work-life balance, I could begin with a bare-bones diagramwith some of the factors I want you to discuss.And then you could actually write on the screen and typethe words, show the relationships,draw arrows, and discuss while you're

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    DR. JANET SALMONS [continued]: doing it what those relationships mean to you.We could choose to use a webcam so we could see each other.And then at the end of it, you have the recorded interviewthat includes all of that visual, written,and oral interaction with the participants,providing a really rich source of data.

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    DR. JANET SALMONS [continued]: [MUSIC PLAYING]

Video Info

Publisher: SAGE Publications Ltd.

Publication Year: 2017

Video Type:Definition

Methods: Qualitative data collection, Qualitative measures

Keywords: internet; technology; webcams

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Abstract

Professor Janet Salmons defines qualitative e-research as a development of modern technology that allows data collection and interviews to occur at any time and any place. Additionally, she explains e-research as being blessed with a rich level of interactivity.

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Janet Salmons Defines Qualitative e-Research

Professor Janet Salmons defines qualitative e-research as a development of modern technology that allows data collection and interviews to occur at any time and any place. Additionally, she explains e-research as being blessed with a rich level of interactivity.

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