Keywords:Mixed method research
In this editorial we discuss the increasing interest in mixed methods approaches to educational research generally, including educational technology. In recent years AJET has seen an increase in the submission of research using mixed methods approaches. Mixed methods are attractive to many researchers because they have the potential to provide both breadth and depth in the same study. However, combining qualitative and quantitative methods does pose some specific challenges to researchers that need to be considered, and should be reported.
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