In my research, I explore how people learn to use qualitative research methods and technology for qualitative data analysis. I'm also interested in how academic libraries build and share their services for researcher, to better understand how those processes communicate which types of knowledge creation are - or should be - prioritized.
Last week, I led a workshop on planning qualitative data analysis for our state Extension conference. The attendees were great, and asked lots of good questions, including for examples of work that shows how qualitative analysis happens. I posted a c...
Much of the work of learning to conduct qualitative research and to use technology for QDA happens outside the classroom. In this presentation, I discuss an approach to facilitating qualitative data analysis by asking researchers questions about their...
Our Scholarly Commons has a podcast about the people who support digital scholarship on campus. I recently spoke to Grad Assistant Ben Ostermeier about my work with qualitative researchers. The episode is now available online. You can listen online o...
At the 2022 Transforming Library Services for Graduate Students conference, I presented on an approach for engaging with qualitative researchers that draws on academic library workers' strength in asking questions about researchers goals. These questio...
Jessica Hagman, Hilary Bussell
IASSIST Quarterly, vol. 46(2), 2022, pp. 1-15
Dawn M. Mueller, Proceedings of the Association of College & Research Libraries Conference, ACRL, Chicago, 2021 Apr, pp. 394--401
Kylie Bailin, Benjamin Jahre, Sarah Morris, Planning academic library orientations: Case studies from around the world, Elsevier, 2018, pp. 87-94