Monthly Archives: December 2014

SAIC: Research Courses with Qualitative Data

Most social science research follows a positivist (and post-positivist) paradigm characterized, among other things, the use of quantitative data. However, to answer certain questions and achieve certain goals of research in social sciences, we need to raise research with a more interpretive/constructivist paradigm with a more intensive use of qualitative data. Although the Spanish […]

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Notability: Taking Notes

Most people around me know that I quite like the technology (For this reason I decided to study an engineering degree in telecommunications), and therefore always ask me about devices and programs to do certain tasks. One of the most common questions is: what is best program to take notes? The answer is never […]

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