Weekly Report – September 9, 2019

The Qualitative Report Weekly 

TQR Annual Conference

TQR 11th Annual Pre-Conference Workshop by Johnny Saldana Added
TQR 11th Annual Conference “Contemporary Qualitative Research”, Still Accepting Submissions on a Case by Case Basis

Featured Special Issue

“Diverse Approaches to Qualitative Data Analysis for Applied Research” Special Issue of The Qualitative Report – Call for Papers (Deadline: September 15, 2019)

TQR Editor-in-Chief Submits Proposal to SXSW.edu

TQR Editor-in-Chief Ron Chenail requests your assistance!

He, along with his colleague Diane Lippe, has submitted a proposal for the SXSW.edu conference to be held in Austin, Texas, USA (https://www.sxswedu.com/). The submission focuses on ways universities can use analytics to improve the quality of their courses based upon student participation, experience, and performance in the course.

The window is now open for the online community to vote and share their input on the proposals. So, if you would, please go to the proposal page, review the proposal, provide feedback, and vote.

Featured Article

Building Constructivist Learning Environment at Senior High School in Indonesia

Harjali Harjali, State Institute of Islamic Studies

Featured Article

Producing an LGBT Religious Organizational Identity: The Case of DignityUSA

Nik Lampe, University of South Carolina
James Cavendish, University of South Florida
J. E. Sumerau, University of Tampa

Featured “How To” Article

Examining Researcher Identity Development within the Context of a Course on PAR: A Layered Narrative Approach

Meagan Call-Cummings, George Mason University
Melissa Hauber-Özer, George Mason University
Giovanni Dazzo, George Mason University

Blog of the Week

Interview with Dr. Ajay Gupta, Expert in Organizational Psychology Across Disciplines and Sectors

Resource of the Week

5 Things To Do After Your Article is Published in the Qualitative Report

News and Notes

Calls for Conferences and Journals and Training Opportunities

Employment Opportunities