I’m presenting a peer-to-peer session today on some NVivo techniques, and in the course of my preparations rediscovered these concept maps I made when reading Corbin, JM & Strauss, AL 2008, Basics of qualitative research: Techniques and procedures for developing grounded theory, 3rd edn, Sage Publications, Inc, Thousand Oaks, California.
I’ve “SlideShared” the maps and posted them here, because I think they’re quite useful when thinking about qualitative data analysis.
Let me know what you think?
I manage a discussion group on LinkedIn, “Practical Legal Training Educators Australasia”. It can be a quiet affair, in which I share online sources that I think might be of interest. Recently, a good discussion emerged around the use of “war stories” in PLT. You can have a look, and contribute, here.
A ‘Best Practices For Australian Clinical Legal Education Report’ is available.* I will post my thoughts about it after reading and reflecting on the report.
You can download a copy of the report from this Office for Learning and Teaching link.
* Evans, A, Cody, A, Copeland, A, Giddings, J, Noone, A, Rice, S & Booth, E 2013, Best practices Australian clinical legal education, Sydney, Australia.