A software company that produces a popular product to analyze qualitative data now produces a podcast series that serves the qualitative methods community. NVivo, an arm of the company QSR International, started the Between the Data podcast series in April. In each episode, Stacy Penna, NVivo’s community director, she talks to qualitative researchers to discover their innovative methods, applied practices and insights. Podcasts last from a half to a full hour.
In the latest episode, Emily Namey, associate scientist and associate director of research behavioral, epidemiological, and clinical sciences at FHI360, and Greg Guest, senior research scientist at Pacific Institute for Research and Evaluation in Chapel Hill, address the costs and benefits of qualitative data collection online methods. Their insights flow from their recently published article “How Does Mode of Qualitative Data Collection Affect Data and Cost? Findings from a Quasi-experimental Study” which appears in the journal Field Methods.
Other episodes include:
Fieldnotes Fueling Controversy and Critical Analysis | Guests: LaShaune Johnson, Creighton University ; Casey Burkholder, University of New Brunswick; and Jennifer Thompson, University of Montreal
Empowerment through Culturally Responsive Focus Groups | Guest: Joni Hall, University of Georgia
Using Photovoice for Publishing, Advocacy and Learning |Jim Cockell, University Alberta
To listen to or download the Between the data series, follow this link to the NVivo website: https://www.qsrinternational.com/nvivo-qualitative-data-analysis-software/resources/nvivo-podcasts