Resources

A Collection of Online Research Resources

  • If you’re planning to conduct research that involves human participants at Temple University you’ll need approval from Temple’s Institutional Review Board.
  • The HyperStat Online web site contains an amazing collection of helpful resources related to statistics.
  • Qual Page brings together links to a large collection of resources for qualitative research, including announcements of conferences, calls for papers, discussion forums, organizations and interest groups, publishers of journals and books for qualitative researchers, teaching materials, and Qualitative Data Analysis (QDA) software.
  • Those interested in qualitative analyses of text, sounds, graphics, audio, and video, may find the web site of ResearchWare, Inc. useful. In addition to details about and demos of the company’s software, called HyperRESEARCH, the site contains links to other resources related to qualitative analyses (follow the link to the ‘resources’ page).
  • The Internet Archive is a collection of Web pages from the past several years, including special collections related to September 11, 2001 and the 2000 presidential election.
  • A doctoral candidate in Communication at Rutgers University has compiled an impressive set of 400+ categorized links to web sites related to communication and research.
  • Find thousands of online journals, including online versions of print journals and Internet-only journals, at theĀ Gold Rush.