- Develop case study exemplars of QDA learning resources derived from existing research projects. These will represent
a range of analytic techniques and will cover a range of disciplines.
- In at least two of these, show how the analysis may be supported using CAQDAS software.
- Include, in each exemplar, the raw data, video interviews with the respective researchers, examples of different stages
of the analysis with step-by-step instructions and interactive exercises.
- Make the material available at various levels of granularity for different learning and teaching uses ranging from lecture
examples to full, self-directed learning, Thus each exemplar could be used as a whole (for example as the basis for a
full term course on QDA), or parts of it could be used independently as exercises targeting different stages of the analysis.
- Make the material useable at a range of student levels, from first year undergraduate to taught postgraduate. Create
subsets of the materials (in terms of size or of analytic scope) and identify, for teachers and students, what level they
are intended for.
- Incorporate the resources developed into the existing Online QDA website and RLO repositories (e.g. Jorum). For teaching
use they will have ‘wrappers’ indicating possible teaching uses and learning outcomes.
- Investigate and evaluate and then report what makes a good RLO design in QDA, what works best in creating awareness
of the resources amongst teachers and students and what affects their decision to use the RLO.