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DETA Research Toolkit 2.0

The DETA Research Toolkit 2.0 provides an array of new resources and tools such as emerging areas to help research move beyond the traditional paradigms of positivistic research, to bridge paradigms, and to explore innovative methodologies. The primary goal of the toolkit is to facilitate cross-institutional research and to serve as a catalyst for research across the country by providing access to research methods, instrumentation, and other tools.

The DETA Research Toolkit 1.0 provided a general research model and framework of inquiry to guide our research from a systems perspective. It also included a series of outcomes incorporating various national efforts to help researchers and practitioners identify areas where we should be documenting impact and moving the needle.

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Recommended citation:

Joosten, T., Cusatis, R., Harness, L., Billig, A., Wandrey, R., Knott, J., Reddy, D., & Flemming, R. (2020, November 10) DETA Research Toolkit 2.0, The National Research Center for Distance Education and Technological Advancements (DETA), WCET – the WICHE Cooperative for Educational Technologies, and Every Learner Everywhere. https://detaresearch.org/research-support/research-toolkit-2/

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