Research Methods in Librarianship From A- Z: designing, implementing, and disseminating your Research


25 May 2021




This webinar introduces participants to theory, methods, and tools to equip them to design, implement, critique, and disseminate qualitative and mixed methods research.

Participants will explore:

  • Writing effective research questions, hypotheses, and selecting an appropriate theoretical framework
  • The strengths and weaknesses of a variety of data collection methods
  • Data analysis theory that focuses on statistical validity and proper sampling methods
  • Managing your research data for longevity
  • Demonstrating impact and disseminating research to campus administration and the broader professional community


  • Dr. Guillermo Alfaro
  • Ashlynn W. Kogut

Join the webinar on 25 May 2021, 17.00 - 18.00 CEST
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Suggested Audience: Social Sciences librarians

Level of interaction: 2+ Speakers with Q&A

Duration of event: 60 minutes

Language(s) subtitling and translations available: English and Spanish

  • Live translation
  • Automatic translation


  • Automatic closed-captioning
  • Slides and/or event materials provided before the event

Organiser: Gene Hayworth -

Webinar, Social Science Libraries

Last update: 12 May 2021