The semi-structured interview protocol is based on a thorough review of the literature and our previous research in this area. The interview protocol was piloted with individuals who represented our target interview populations which helped the research team to refine questions as well as add and delete questions of higher relevance to the participants. Our participant sample consisted of data reusers in the field of education, with an emphasis on mathematics education research and teacher education. We defined data reusers as individuals who used digital records of practice that they themselves did not produce for new research and/or teaching purposes. We consulted the research literature and attended conferences to recruit participants using convenience sampling to identify researchers, pre-service teacher-educators, and in-service teachers engaged in professional development. We also asked interviewees to nominate additional interviewees using a snowball sampling technique. Of those 44 interviewees, the majority identified either research or pre-service teacher education as their primary areas of reuse, and described themselves as university faculty members. The majority of our interviewees were at institutions in the United States.
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