It's been a pleasant time this morning for me to be able to share little knowledge on analyzing qualitative data and tips to develop tree nodes and free nodes with my fellow students. Working in a small group actually created more room for interaction and I do hope that everybody enjoyed the hands-on session.
All the best in your learning endeavor :)
Here is the slides that I used during the introduction session:
I have few students who are now struggling with their massive qualitative data. Teaching them one-to-one will consume a lot of time. For that reason, I will be conducting a workshop on Nvivo. Seats are limited. If your are interested to join, here are the details:
I want to thank everybody who attended the case Study Discourse. A small group with high spirit and collegiality! I wish you all the best in your learning endeavor!
Writing up an article is actually associated with the skills that come through experience. I had faced two different situations within this month. The first one was when I received an email from a journal saying that the paper that my post graduate student and I wrote had been accepted as is. Not only my student was jumping but I found myself flattered too! A week later, another email reached my mailbox - a rejection from a journal and the reason was that the article we (my another post graduate student) sent was not in line with the scope of the journal. I sent her a message about the rejection, without knowing that it was her birthday that day! Not a good time to share that kind of news I guess! I calmed her down and convinced her that rejection is normal! Even a professor had once told me that his paper had been rejected many times - even after he got his professorship! So do not worry much of the rejection when you write. However, there is certain accepted format that should be followed when you want to send your article to journals out there. Check this out:
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