Get set up for interview research. You will leave prepared to choose among three general kinds of interview formats, engage ethically with participants, develop an interview guide, employ data capture and transcription technologies, and manage your data with care.
This workshop is the first in a new series on Qualitative Interview Research and complements Intro to NVivo, a session focused on a popular qualitative data analysis tool supported by Harvard Library's Qualitative Research Support Group.
This is an online event. Please register to receive the Zoom link in advance of the workshop. Registered attendees will receive a reminder via email 1 day prior to the workshop. Registration closes 1 day prior to the event.*
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Speakers and Presenters
Emily Coolidge Toker, Digital Pedagogy Librarian, Lamont Library
Ramona Crawford, Head of Academic Partnerships, Widener Library