Tag Archives: research

Go ahead and do it even if it scares you

 I have talked about conferencing and its benefits before and today I have more to say about that part of the PhD life again. I know I titled this post Do something that scares you because conferencing is one of those … Continue reading

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Using technology in research

Yesterday I conducted a Skype call interview. This is my first interview over Skype so I was a little concerned about how it was going to pan out. I found a free application call note to record it, here, which … Continue reading

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The researcher as the instrument

I remember in the research methodology class for my masters when we discussed the qualitative research design. One thing stood out for me, the researcher is the instrument in qualitative research. My crazy imagination created this image of a person … Continue reading

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