Network Plot: Guide to use it in research education

Download the Guide to use the Network Plot in research education The Network Plot (or Communities Plot) was initially created as a non-traditional visualisation method of collecting data about early career researchers' (ECR) research network and position in the research community. It is based on the notion of ‘communities of practice', defined as groups of people who engage in shared social practices and collective learning (Lave & Wenger, 1991). Individuals can participate in many communities of practice in relation to one or multiple spheres of activity (Camps & Castelló, 2013; Engeström & Sannino, 2010), for example, by participating in two research teams or being member of different rese

Journey Plot: Guide to use it in research education

Download the Guide to use the Journey Plot in research education The Journey Plot was initially created as a non-traditional visualisation method of collecting data and is particularly suited to considering experiences of a lengthy duration (Turner, 2015). It is based on the notion of ‘journey’ that emphasizes an individual’s movement from one place to another. Several events that have a significant impact on the experience take place along the journey (Miller & Brimicombe, 2003).

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