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Online training opportunities for research methods

There is a lot of online education resources that can assist your learning of research methodology. And many of them are free to use. I am going to introduce only a few of them as example so that you know where to look.

Source 1: Websites of universities’ libraries

Many librarians are not just sitting behind the desk and wait for students or teachers to borrow books. They are making a lot of publicly accessible online resources on the libraries’ websites to educate people on how to do research. Here are some examples:

https://libguides.princeton.edu/c.php?g=84018&p=664971

https://academicguides.waldenu.edu/doctoralcapstoneresources/methodology/libraryresources

https://www.ala.org/tools/research/larks/researchmethods

Source 2: MOOCs

MOOCs are massive open online courses that are free to take for anyone with internet and a digital device. Common platforms that offer good quality of courses from their partnering universities include: coursera, edx, udacity, futurelearn.

https://www.coursera.org/

https://www.edx.org/

https://www.udacity.com/

https://www.futurelearn.com/

Source 3: Academic databases or publishers websites

Big academic publishers such as springer and Wiley have created dedicated pages for introducing research methodologies.

https://researcheracademy.elsevier.com/

https://campus.sagepub.com/

Source 4: Dedicated websites of research methodology

https://www.methodspace.com

https://researcher.life/

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