I'm seriously starting to think about the implications of AI on research, particularly qualitative research. The potential, the drawbacks as well as possible challenges. I know there has been substantial work done in this area already by some excellent scholars. I think recent changes in tech have changed how I think about potential uses and … Continue reading The role of AI in qualitative research
I have written and rewritten this post over a dozen times over the last year, but it's time to hit "publish". My main point, in case you don't want to read the full post, is this: who you hire to train you matters. Their skill set, their experience on a topic, it matters. You wouldn't … Continue reading Thoughts on qualitative research software training
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.
Over the last couple of weeks, I've had conversations with people about the content of research methods courses at universities. The main question seems to be what needs to be included to make it a good course? The answer may differ for an undergraduate course compared to a postgraduate one, though I think there are still some … Continue reading What should be included in a research methods course, but is often left out?