Writing Qualitative Journal Papers

Writing Qualitative Journal Papers

Date & Time

04 March 2011, 00:00

Venue

NIE5-01-LT11

Department

Office of Education Research (OER)

Category

Workshops

Events Details

Time: 2.00pm - 3.00pm

Topic
Writing journal papers is an important and major task for academic staff. In most cases, journal papers report the results of a research study and these are commonly described as quantitative or qualitative papers. Although there are overlaps in the way they are written, unique features are found in each type of paper. Being aware of the issues associated with the type of journal papers may enable authors to be more efficient in the manuscript preparation process. The purpose of this talk is to unpack what constitute a quantitative journal paper and discuss the issues associated with writing a quantitative paper. The following themes will be covered:

  • Unpacking a quantitative paper
  • Types of quantitative papers
  • Data analysis issues
  • Looking for an appropriate journal

Speaker
Dr Timothy Teo is Associate Professor in the Learning Sciences and Technologies Academic Group, NIE. His research interests are in areas of technology acceptance, teacher’s belief and music education. Methodologically, Timothy is interested in applying multivariate statistical techniques to study the above topics, with particular focus on structural equation modelling and multilevel analysis. He has published extensively and many of his journal papers have appeared in SSCI journals such as Computers and Education, Australasian Journal of Educational Technology, Journal of Computer Assisted Learning, Asia-Pacific Journal of Teacher Education, Asia Pacific Educational Review, Internet and Higher Education, British Journal of Educational Technology, Educational and Psychological Measurement and Asia-Pacific Educational Researcher. His recent book, Structural Equation Modelling in Educational Research, was published in 2009 by Sense Publisher while his latest book, Technology Acceptance in Education: Research and Issues, will be released in 2011 by the same publisher.

Registration
Please register your attendance with the Office of Education Research at email: profdev@nie.edu.sg by 25 February 2011.

This event is for NIE Staff only.