Online and Media Research

Available resources

TRI-ORM:Exploring Online Research Methods   

The aim of the web resource is to provide an online training resource for researchers who are interested in using online research methods such as online questionnaires and online interviews. The website is targeted at a wide audience including researchers and postgraduates in the HE sector, and researchers working for other organisations such as those involved with public policy and market research.

 

TRI-ORM (www.geog.le.ac.uk/orm) provided training for researchers in online research methods (ORMs). The project was designed to meet the training needs of researchers at all stages of their careers and with a variety of levels of knowledge of online research. The project was very successful and outperformed all original estimates of the number of researchers to be trained

 

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Web resource restored on: 04/09/2011

 

Methods for the Analysis of Media Contents  

The project funded by RMP tested and developed methods for the analysis of media contents particularly in news. The substantive concern was the portrayal of policy, politics and politicians, but it would also enable the application and methodological assessment of innovative approaches to media content analysis. The web resource offers both original research and links to resources for the analysis of media content. The resource lists a number of software, utilities etc used for quantitative and qualitative analysis of Textual, Video and Audio data.

 

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Web resource restored on: 05/04/2009