Over the last six months or so, I have made lovely connections with people over twitter. Some of these have led to the rekindling of friendships that were never really lost. Others have led to the beginning of new friendships, coffee catch-ups before lockdowns, as well as an opportunity for me to connect with someone … Continue reading Twitter connections in a pandemic
I’d just finished a three-part blog series on interviews (the before, during and after), and was about to post the first one, when I thought, but will people even be interviewing right now? And then I saw Pat Thomson’s important post about the impact of the pandemic on PhD students. I have to admit, the … Continue reading You were planning on in-person data collection? This might help.
I’ve had the pleasure of engaging with lovely people on twitter, especially over the last few months. So, for my first post of the year, I wanted to share a little about myself. Namely, what I have learned through my time as a certified NVivo trainer. I have been a researcher for over 15 years … Continue reading Here for NVivo? Let’s talk analysis first.
As researchers, we all get stuck or feel blocked within the research process at some point (or multiple points). I was talking with a friend recently who was stuck at the analysis stage. I thought, given some people will be working on their research over the break, it might be useful to write down some … Continue reading Stuck on your analysis? These ideas might help