Monthly Archives: March 2011

Transcription as analytical act

A few days ago I started to transcribe the first group of my research interviews: I made a preliminary check for practical tips, I asked for advice on a transcription software in the channel #phdchat in Twitter, but overall I … Continue reading

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Open what? Searching for a ‘doable openness’ in my dissertation work

Indeed the current year 2011 is really ‘the year of living dangerously’ for me: completing a two year online MRes in Educational and Social Research by the Institute of Education, University of London, and starting a doctoral programme in e-learning … Continue reading

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