Taking Live Field Notes: Advanced Qualitative Techniques
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Taking Live Field Notes: Advanced Qualitative Techniques

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Created by Leigh Hall
Last updated 7/2016
English
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  • 40 mins on-demand video
  • 2 Articles
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
What Will I Learn?
  • Explain what live field notes are
  • Identify techniques for taking live field notes
  • Explain how to connect field notes with an audience
  • Identify techniques for keeping fields notes organized
  • Identify ways to process and reflect on field notes
  • Explain the concept of live analysis
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Requirements
  • You will need a device with an internet connection for taking field notes and sending them out to an audience. You will need to identify appropriate apps for connecting your notes with an audience.
Description

This course is an introduction to the concept of live field note taking. You will learn what live field notes are, how they are similar to and different from traditional field notes, and you will learn how to take them in ways that are appropriate for your research context. This course is intended to expand on basic concepts you have already learned and enacted in applying qualitative research. It is assumed you have some knowledge and experience with taking and analyzing field notes in their traditional format.

You will learn how to connect your field notes with an audience and identify apps that are appropriate for your project. I will share with you techniques I have found helpful for organizing and processing my own live field notes. The course ends with a brief introduction to the concept of live analysis to help you get thinking about next steps.

Who is the target audience?
  • This course assume you have basic knowledge about qualitative research. Ideally, you understand what traditional field notes are and have some experience with taking and analyzing them.
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Curriculum For This Course
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Introduction
3 Lectures 02:19
Welcome!
00:41


How To Take This Course
00:48
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What Are Field Notes?
4 Lectures 23:50

What Are Live Field Notes?
06:06

Intro to Taking Live Field Notes
04:34

Connecting Your Field Notes to an Audience
07:18
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Organizing Your Live Field Notes
3 Lectures 15:28

Processing and Reflecting on Live Field Notes
06:01

Live Analysis
04:35
About the Instructor
Leigh Hall
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833 Students
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Associate Professor; University of North Carolina

Dr. Leigh A. Hall is an Associate Professor of Literacy Studies at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill. She began publishing academic manuscripts during her second year as a doctoral student at Michigan State University. By the time she earned her Ph.D., Dr. Hall had five manuscripts published or in press. To date, she has published 26 manuscripts in top-tier academic journals including The Harvard Educational Review, Teachers College Record, and Research in the Teaching of English. Dr. Hall has extensive experience in writing, publishing, and reviewing manuscripts and in working with novices in learning how to navigate the publishing process.