This week, you will demonstrate your understanding of qualitative data
collection methods, and the appropriate application of these methods as
prescribed by qualitative research principles. This assignment is
included at this point in the course because once you have a clearer
understanding of qualitative research designs, you will be in a better
position to appropriately select from the multiple qualitative data
collection methods that are available and to formulate a triangulated data
This week, you will accomplish several tasks as this is a multifaceted
assignment that requires several steps. You are offered some choices,
so please be sure to read over both options and select one. In line with
the principles of Andragogy (the ways in which adults learn), offering you
a choice serves to accommodate individual preferences and abilities.
This week, you are provided with the Kaltura User Guide which explains
how to access and use this recording tool which is integrated into the
Choose 1 of the following two options. Note that Option 1 includes 3
steps. Option 2 includes 2 steps.
Step 1: Design a brief 5-question qualitative interview to explore a topic
or research problem of interest to you. The interview should be designed
to last no more than 5-10 minutes. Remember, a qualitative interview
includes open-ended questions to elicit a research participantâ€™s
perspectives, attitudes, and perceptions, rather than closed-ended
questions that would simply yield a yes/no answer. You may also add
some sub-questions to probe for further information if necessary.
Step 2: Contact your professor to set up a Zoom meeting with them at a
mutually suitable time this week where you will emulate a real-life
interview, with you as the interviewer and your professor as the research
participant. If you prefer, you may conduct a face-to-face interview with a
peer or family member. Be sure to record the interview using the Kaltura
tool in the LMS, as this recording will need to be uploaded this week.
This interview exercise has a dual purpose: (a) it will offer you practice in
crafting interview questions, and (b) you will have a hands-on experience
conducting an actual interview.
Step 3: Compile a reflection on what you feel about designing and
conducting the interview process and any takeaways (insights and
learning) that you derived from this experience. Include what you feel
was successful, unsuccessful, or surprising. Present any ideas you have
for improvement and/or revision if you were to conduct another interview
on this topic in the future. In the interest of ongoing improvement, explain
what you believe were your areas of strength, and what can you identify
as areas that will require growth. (1 page)
This option allows you to practice developing an integr
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