Qualitative Research Methods- Being in the Field: Data Collection Strategies to Study Lived Experiences

May 13, 2021 10:00am – 11:00am ET
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05/13/21 10:00 AM 05/13/21 11:00 AM Qualitative Research Methods- Being in the Field: Data Collection Strategies to Study Lived Experiences Via Zoom Qualitative Research Methods- Being in the Field: Data Collection Strategies to Study Lived Experiences
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Part two of a three-part series presented by: 

Meira L. Orentlicher, PhD, OTR/L, FAOTA

Director of Research and Faculty Scholarship, SHS

Laura Hagan, PT, PhD, DPT, MS

Associate Director, Manhattan Campus, DPT Program

Rima Aranha, PhD

Director of Strategic Initiatives, Graduate and Professional Divisions and Coordinator, Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning

 

Qualitative researchers learn about their participants through observations and interactions in natural settings. This workshop will focus on strategies and tools for data collection including participant observations, interviews, focus groups, and analysis of documents or artifacts. Data management tools including logs, transcripts, reflective notes, and analytical memos will also be discussed. Real-life examples from qualitative research projects will be provided to enhance learning.

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