It’s a pandemic, but it’s different for each of us: This is why a research journal is so important right now.

Even though we are collectively going through a pandemic, we are not going through the same pandemic. The situation in different countries and cities is unique, each leader is handling it in their own unique way. I know here in Melbourne, we had relatively low numbers to start, lockdown ended after six weeks, things were … Continue reading It’s a pandemic, but it’s different for each of us: This is why a research journal is so important right now.

Coding and analysis tips for qualitative researchers

Photo by Hugo Rocha on Unsplash In this post, I share some of the tips I provide in my workshops on how to approach coding and analysis of qualitative data. Before I start, I want to put in the big disclaimer that most of this will depend on your research design. Having a clear idea of your research … Continue reading Coding and analysis tips for qualitative researchers

Here for NVivo? Let’s talk analysis first.

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.

Stuck on your analysis? These ideas might help

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