Interviews (basic) – ONLINE

Interviews (basic) – ONLINE

  • One day course
    07/02/2022
    9:00 am - 5:00 pm

Course details

qualitative course | level: beginner | register now
for questions related to this event, contact maaike.fobelets@vub.be
affiliation: Vrije Universiteit Brussel


Abstract

As the data collection method influences further data analysis and the kind of conclusions that may be drawn from your study, this course aims to outline the merits and the pitfalls of using (semi-structured) interviews as a method for qualitative data collection. A concrete step-by-step procedure for preparing your interviews will be outlined, including hands-on training in practicing one-on-one semi-structured interviews. The following topics will be discussed: introduction in the types of interviews, epistemological and ontological questions of interviewing, designing an interview study, practical considerations, online interviews, data-analysis, and ethical considerations.



Prerequisites

The target audience for this 1-day basic FLAMES course are participants with no or very limited prior knowledge and/or experience with interviews as a data-collection method.

This course can be combined with an additional 1-day advanced interviewing FLAMES course which will be organized on 8/2/2022.

Please note that separate registrations for both courses are required


Background readings


Fee

PhDs and postdocs of a Flemish university: free of charge > book "Free ticket PhD"
Other academics, non-profit/social sector: €150 > book "Other paying participants"
Private sector: €400 > book "Other paying participants"

If the appropriate ticket is sold out, please register on the waiting list with the ticket: "Waiting list (Register here if tickets are sold out)". Do not register with another ticket because your registration will not be correct.


Venue

ONLINE


Instructor

Maaike Fobelets & Sara Coemans


As the data collection method influences further data analysis and the kind of conclusions that may be drawn from your study, this course aims to outline the merits and the pitfalls of using (semi-structured) interviews as a method for qualitative data collection. A concrete step-by-step procedure for preparing your interviews will be outlined, including hands-on training in practicing one-on-one semi-structured interviews. The following topics will be discussed: introduction in the types of interviews, epistemological and ontological questions of interviewing, designing an interview study, practical considerations, online interviews, data-analysis, and ethical considerations.

The target audience for this 1-day basic FLAMES course are participants with no or very limited prior knowledge and/or experience with interviews as a data-collection method. This course can be combined with an additional 1-day advanced interviewing FLAMES course which will be organised on 8/2/2022. Please note that separate registrations for both courses are required

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