Getting Great Data - Supporting Analysis in IPA
Getting Great Data:
Thursday 6th September
University of Derby, Enterprise Centre, Bridge Street, Derby, DE1 3LD
This face-to-face workshop is ideal for postgraduate students who have collected data for an IPA project and are seeking support in the analysis phase, and for research supervisors who support them. On the course, you'll have the chance to work in small groups with your data and gain individual time (approximately 10 minutes) with a facilitator to discuss your analysis. We will also cover tips for writing up your work and defending an IPA project at viva.
All refreshments and lunch are provided. This course has limited places. 12 people maximum. You will need to bring 3 copies of transcript (2-3 pages long, with wide margins) along with you on the day to share and work on in a group.
Agenda for the day
9:00 registration, tea and coffee
10-12:30 Group analysis on student data sets and debrief
12:30-1:30 lunch and networking
1:30-2:30 Individual sessions with facilitator and analysis discussions with peers
3:00-4:00 Themes: defending, articulating and writing up.
4:00-4:30 Whole group Q&A
Aims, objectives and learning outcomes:
• To actively work to bravely interpret phenomenological data
• To gain insight into writing up IPA studies
• To receive feedback on analysis
Facilitators: Dr Fiona Holland & Dr Jane Montague
The cost is £150 and includes all refreshments and lunch. It is hosted at the Enterprise Centre in Derby. https://www.derby.ac.uk/enterprisecentre/
How to apply
To book your place on one of these sessions, please complete the booking form below. You will then receive a link to make an online payment. Once your payment has been received your place will be confirmed via email. We suggest that until you receive your confirmation, you hold off making any transport arrangements or booking accommodation.
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