K795 - Qualitative Methods in Information Systems Research
This course concentrates on Qualitative Methods in Information Systems Research. Quantitative methods are by far the predominant and prevalent research approach used by Information Systems (IS) scholars. However, qualitative approaches have garnered recent attention and growing interest among IS researchers. This course provides students with a working knowledge of a range of qualitative methods and approaches. The course covers key qualitative information systems research papers and common qualitative data collection and analysis methods used in the Information Systems field. Students will obtain hands-on experience coding and analysing qualitative data, using qualitative analysis software, and discussing qualitative research issues with qualitative scholars.
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