Planning to present at a conference involves a number of steps. This post is for those of you who are new to making conference presentations. What do you need to do? What resources might help? Read on… Continue reading “Tips for planning conference presentations”
In the midst of being too busy, sometimes it’s useful to relax, and take a few minutes to think about the things for which we are thankful. Here are a few things that I’m thankful for as a qualitative researcher.
It is always a challenge to decide what books to use when I teach. There are so many to choose from! This is a good problem to have though, and I’m grateful to all those researchers out there who are providing examples of diverse approaches to qualitative inquiry that I can share with my students. Here, I’ll give a brief snapshot of four recently published qualitative studies that I’m using in teaching this semester. Continue reading “Recently published qualitative studies to read”