Friday 1 June, 2012
This session was the first of our methodology workshops led by Christina Davidson. The focus was a discussion about the applicability of phenomenography as a methododological approach within technology in education research. A key part of the discussion involved critiquing of the ideas in the following article:
Alsop, G., & Tompsett, C. (2006). Making sense of ‘pure’ phenomenography in information and communication technology in education. ALT-J, Research in Learning Technology, 14(3), 241-259.
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