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Coding for Change: Loex 2016

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Glenda Insua

on 9 June 2016

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Project Overview
Data collected in Fall 2014:
Action Research Lens
Action Coding
Building on previous codes
Identifying stakeholders & partners
Qualifying levels of action
Grouping and categorizing
Action Coding Results
Sources
Finding relevant articles
Finding enough articles
Using articles
Finding appropriate articles
Evaluating
Selecting
QUESTIONS
Coding for Change
Practical Techniques for Making your Data Actionable
Inductive Coding
Grounded Theory (Glaser and Strauss 1967)
Bottom up
data (scrabble) cc: @justgrimes https://www.flickr.com/photos/notbrucelee/8016192302
Deductive Coding
Question-based coding (Miles and Huberman 1994)
Salon du Chocolat - Vannes - 2011 cc: @Stéphanie Kilgast https://flic.kr/p/aDQD1o
Coding with NVivo
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Peloton
What codes would you choose?
Sources 57%
Writing 35%
Physical Space 8%
"What I find the most challenging is finding really good sources." J1
"Finding the right material to support my thesis is difficult."
J2
"We had peer review that helped. I got to see where my classmates were getting their sources." J3
"I feel the paper needed more research." J4
"How to compile several different arguments into my own argument"
J1
"It will be challenging to take my research and turn it in to what I want to say." J2
"The editing process was very challenging for me."
J4
"
I could have benefited from a walk through the library and where books can be found.
"J4
Future Action Codes
Time management
Plagiarism
Organizing research
In-text citations
Using websites
Bibliographies
Takeaways
Research Journals
Bibliographies
Interviews
Chicago (ILL) Willis Tower ( Ex. SEARS Tower ) 1974, east side " the loop " cc: vincent desjardins https://www.flickr.com/photos/endymion120/with/9252519432/
Annie Armstrong
annie@uic.edu
Glenda Insua
ginsua1@uic.edu
Cathy Lantz
clantz@uic.edu
Annie Pho
apho@library.ucla.edu

How do first year students approach research papers?
What research skills do they retain over time?
Research Questions:
Directions:
First-Year
Instruction Group
Instructors
& Librarians
Design instruments to gather the student POV
Consider the demands of coding
Action research tenets: fine-tune processes, analyze data, enact evidence-based change, repeat cycle
Tenets:
cyclical
team-based
interpretivist
Read through the examples
and highlight any material that suggests an action
Compare and discuss themes with a neighbor
Sub-codes
Stakeholders
https://ca.wikipedia.org/wiki/Robot
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