Updated February 2022 I know that I have already written a brief article about my musings on data collection in the time of coronavirus. This was not an extensive post, mind you. This article is the first of two instalments looking at online interviewing for your...
Updated February 2022 After the last mammoth VC article, I am returning as promised with Episode Two. This time, I aim to provide you with top tips and tricks to help you navigate the occasionally choppy waters of remote/online interviewing for qualitative data...
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