Who is using Hopscotch
Dissertations and Scholarly works that have used Hopscotch
Designs generated using Hopscotch
Who is using Hopscotch

Dissertations and Scholarly works that have used Hopscotch

The Hopscotch Model has been used as the methodological basis of the following works:

  1. Rafael Alberto Méndez (Universidad de Valladolid)
  2. Javier Prieto Pariente (Universidad de Valladolid)
  3. Almudena Alonso Ferreiro (Universidad de Santiago de Compostela)
  4. Amy Vitala (Kennesaw State University)
  5. Sherri Booker (Kennesaw State University)
  6. Adolfo Ruiz-Calleja, María Jesús Rodríguez-Triana, Luis P. Prieto, Katrin Poom-Valickis, and Tobias Ley (Tallinn University)
  7. Marisol Lopera Pérez
  8. Tiana Holmes (Kennesaw State University)
  9. Joy Jones (Kennesaw State University)
  10. James A. Bishop (Kennesaw State University)
  11. Angela Daws (Kennesaw State University)
  12. Jhaskara Ligia Chumacero Moscoso (Universidad de Valladolid)
  13. Ashley Funderburke (Kennesaw State University)
  14. Eva María Fernández Faúndez (Universidad de Valladolid)
    • Actitudes del Alumnado Universitario de España y Argentina hacia la Inclusión de Alumnado con Discapacidad en la Universidad con Métodos Mixtos, según la Teoría de la Conducta Planificada.
    • Doctoral Dissertation, 2018 
  15. Rebecca G. Myers (Kennesaw State University)
  16. Nicole Powell Mitchell (Kennesaw State University)
  17. Marisol Lopera Pérez (Universidad de Valladolid)
  18. Mónica Medina Rúa & Mariana Muñoz Betancur (Universidad de Antioquia)
  19. Osman Khan (Kennesaw State University)
  20. Johnathan Steppe (Kennesaw State University)
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Designs generated using Hopscotch

The following visual representations have been generated using RAW, an open source project by DensityDesign Lab and Calibro. They represent the main research designs that have been generated using Hopscotch.

 

Visual representation of research designs generated using Hopscotch by Research Tradition 001
Visual representation of research designs generated using Hopscotch by Research Tradition 002