This toolkit from Realities aims to support staff who lead or work on mixed options research projects to prepare for, design and carry out their projects.
"The focus of this toolkit is in other words on the practical aspects of such work, covering some of the more common pitfalls that mixed options projects might face: the importance of teamwork; the need to allow for extra time; issues around data analysis and integration; and publishing from mixed options projects." (May & Burke, 2010)
- The importance of teamwork
- The time challenge
- Analysing, interpreting and integrating different data
- Publishing from mixed options projects
May, V., & Burke, H. Realities, Morgan Centre, University of Manchester. (2010). Practical considerations for leading and working on a mixed methods project (Toolkit #11). Retrieved from website: http://eprints.ncrm.ac.uk/1320/1/11-toolkit-mixed-method-working.pdf