Chapter 12: Analyzing and Reporting Data: Empirical Research Articles
Chapter 12 discusses empirical research articles as drawing on observable data (e.g., from interviews, surveys, document analyses, reflections, and narratives) to offer evidence for a particular aim or question. This chapter also presents a flexible guide to the organization and composition of empirical articles along with a discussion of the benefits and complexities of writing them.
- Are you sitting on some empirical research about learning and teaching in higher education that you have not found time to write about?
- Which of our Guiding Questions do you think you need to answer to write your article? What other questions are important for you to tackle?
- Which outlets would you consider writing your research article for?