ICPSR Summer Program in Quantitative Methods of Social Research is an intensive, hands-on training in statistical techniques, research methodologies, and data analysis. Short workshops focus on specific methodological techniques, such as:
Four-week sessions include intensive instruction in specific quantitative methods and statistical techniques. Workshops include "Bayesian Modeling for the Social Sciences," "Race, Ethnicity, and Quantitative Methodology," and "Game Theory," among others.
Methods4All is an NSF-funded Cultural Anthropology Methods Program (CAMP) to support the training of Ph.D. students. The 3-week 2021 program will be online and the application deadline is March 15th!
Emory QTM resource page with links to tutorials, tools, etc.
MIT OpenCourseWare publishes nearly all MIT course content for free.
Codecademy offers free basic modules and subscription modules in various coding languages.
Sage Research Methods is a database of social sciences research methods that indexes full text content previously published by Sage. Explore the Methods Map to find relevant methodologies (e.g. virtual ethnography), guidance for implementing them, and examples of published research. You can also search for specific methods or browse by discipline and topic.
Books and Handbooks
Hjorth, L., Horst, H., Galloway, A., & Bell, G. (2017). The Routledge Companion to Digital Ethnography. Routledge.
Braun, V., Clarke, V., & Gray, D. (2017). Collecting qualitative data : A practical guide to textual, media and virtual techniques. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
Leavy, P. (2009). Method meets art: Arts-based research practice. New York: Guilford Press.
Fielding, N., Lee, R., & Blank, G. (2017). The SAGE handbook of online research methods. Los Angeles; London: SAGE.
The Cambridge series Elements in Quantitative and Computational Methods for the Social Sciences (2018- )
Note: Many more resources are available. Search discoverE to find them or ask the Anthropology Librarian for help.