Using Internet Mediated Technology During the Covid-19 Pandemic, Benefits and Pitfalls

Advances in computer technology offer new opportunities to collect qualitative data. In qualitative research, face to face interviews and focus groups are two common data collection mechanisms. In the presence of the current pandemic, Covid-19, meeting with individuals and groups is contraindicated. The Federal mandate for social distancing has significantly affected qualitative data collection efforts. Internet mediated technology may provide an alternative for qualitative researchers. The benefits and pitfalls of using Internet mediated technology will be explored

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Publication Type: 
Web Article
Authors: 
Susan Steele-Moses, DNS
Year of Publication: 
2020
Journal, Book, Magazine or Other Publication Title: 
Phoenix Scholar
Volume: 
3
Issue: 
1
Edition: 
Spring 2020
Section: 
Is this the New Normal
Pages: 
36-37
Publisher: 
Phoenix Scholar
Date Published: 
Friday, May 15, 2020
Place Published: 
Phoenix Scholar
Publication Language: 
English
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