Introduction to thematic analysis of qualitative data

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In this video, recommendations around setting up a learning & teaching research study are described, with a particular focus on the thematic analysis of qualitative data.

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In this video, some recommendations around setting up a learning & teaching research study are described. In particular, a focus on qualitative data collection and the importance of thorough thematic analysis of the data is outlined (based on the approach described by Braun & Clarke (2006)). The video will link to a particular study in which Excel was used to assist in the thematic analysis process. Link to a second YouTube video outlining the method behind the thematic analysis process: https://youtu.be/VIYBEE-1GbA

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