For several years now, I have curated the twitter feed @QRC, sharing links to news and articles about qualitative research. This week marked over 1000 followers of the account, most of them qualitative researchers and ethnographers, practitioners and academics, from all over the world.
The twitter stream moves very quickly and the links to good content quickly disappear. For this reason, I have signed up with two online publishing platforms in order to provide longer-term access to content.
Flipboard is an app for tablets and smartphones that enables users to create an online magazine. Once you install the free app on your Android or iOS device, you can read the QRC magazine. Here’s the link: https://flipboard.com/profile/qrcflip
Paper.li enables users to create an online newspaper from social media content. The paper is called @QRC Week and is updated on Thursdays. This may be read on a browser or a mobile device. Here’s the link for this week’s edition. http://t.co/HyCay5tWtA
You may subscribe to either or both publications to get updates by email. This is my own project, not associated with QRCA, though my membership goes back to 1985. I receive no financial benefit from either publication. I simply want to make sure that good qualitative content is not overlooked.