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Sharing Stories of Our Work: Engaging Ethical Practices to Lift up Diverse Stakeholder Narratives in Research and Program Inquiry
Thursday, February 18, 2021
8:00-9:30am Pacific Standard Time
10:00-11:30am Central Standard Time
11:00-12:30pm Eastern Standard Time
4:00-5:30pm Greenwich Mean Time
6:00-7:30pm South Africa Standard Time
12:00 midnight-1:30am China Standard Time (Friday Feb 19)
This interactive workshop guides participants through planning a qualitative inquiry process that centers a narrative approach. Working from participant-generated research questions or program/practice assessment priorities, participants will consider why stories are a compelling source of data, what stories need to be told, who should collaborate or contribute their stories, when and where to collect stories, how to attend to ethical tensions in the process, and diverse methods of dissemination. In small groups, participants will workshop ideas with peers to clarify a plan for advancing their particular research or assessment inquiry.
- Dr. Elizabeth Yomantas, Assistant Professor of Teaching, Pepperdine University
- Maria Silva, Director of Neighborhood and Community Engaged Partnerships, University of San Diego