Think about analysis while you design your study: This webinar reviews a three-phase thematic analysis of qualitative and quantitative data derived from mixed-method interviews. We will not discuss coding or software but will share a couple of statistical models so you can envision how to generate similar results without software. We group data to create themes, clusters, and descriptive narratives. Categories emerge from the data. Content analysis is the opposite: categories are determined in advance to generate quantitative information from qualitative data (such as documents, a/v media, or interviews). In the last segment, we will illustrate how content analysis can be used.
Monday November 23, 2020, starting at 7:00 PM GMT
  • Research Design Series
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Stephanie Galindo
Dr. Galindo contributes insights gathered during years of work in online higher education and other industries such as OEM manufacturing, publishing, hospitality, and health care. She has managed product development projects for clients such as Motorola, Nestle, and Harley-Davidson. She assisted with research projects on behalf of Clorox, Nestle, SC Johnson, Phillips, the International Committee of the Red Cross, and World Wildlife Foundation, among others. She facilitated graduate-level research courses at George Washington University and coached a number of students on their dissertations.

Dr. Galindo enjoys the process of investigation and analysis with an entrepreneurial and creative spirit, sharing tactics that support individual resilience. In addition to her degrees, she holds an Advanced Certificate in Educational Management from the University of Leicester. All her graduate-level coursework was completed in distance learning formats.

Relevant publications include:

Galindo, S. (2018). Improving the Resilience of Online and At-Risk Doctoral Students: Transition Management and Occupational Socialization Structures. Ann Arbor, MI: ProQuest, LLC. (Search #10757180)

LaRue, B. and Galindo, S. (2010). Synthesizing Higher Education and Corporate Learning Strategies, in Rudestam, K. and Schoenholtz-Read, J., Handbook of Online Learning (2nd ed.), Thousand Oaks: SAGE
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