This week I recommend the following posts and papers:

1. 23 things for research. This time, I do not suggest an entry in a blog, but the 23 posts of a blog. This blog is an online learning programme for researchers, students and staff at the University of Oxford. Link

2. Commenting on scientific papers. This post is a quite trendy topic within the scientific community: the possibility of commenting online scientific articles after publication, and its current status. Link

3. SAIC-Express: Workshop Atlas.ti. On this occasion I propose a workshop. The program Atlas.ti qualitative data analysis developed in Germany by Thomas Muhr is one of the commercial programs used by social science and health researchers. This workshop is part of a series of practical workshops of one day devoted to training in the use of digital tools for the treatment of qualitative data. Link

4. Book Review: Doing Qualitative Research: A Practical Handbook. This post reviews an interesting book which provides a step-by-step guide to planning and conducting qualitative research using real examples from real postgraduate students. Link