Although there are many ways to conduct qualitative studies, there are some commonalities in relation to what should be communicated in your methods and results sections, and how the question of rigor should be approached. We will explore these topics in this workshop and finish with an open discussion where you can raise questions related to your projects.

Feedback from 2023 participants include:

“Excellent guidance on structuring both thought and writing of the qualitative research process. I will be returning to the slides a number of times as I progress my research.”

“Very good training on how to organise research for presentation. I will use the learning when developing my research presentations for various audiences.”

Presented by the Learning Advisors of Student Services.

You must attend at least 75% of the session otherwise you may be marked absent.

About Communication

Learning to communicate effectively is critical to your ability to transfer your knowledge and research, build relationships, and gain employment. As you progress in your career these skills will become more important. The ability to master verbal, non-verbal, interpersonal, and written communication will allow you to communicate with clarity and influence. ‘Effective communication’ also appears in almost every job advertisement as a skill required by employers. 

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