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Qualitative Research Lead

In his capacity as D-Lab's Qualitative Research Lead, Josué facilitates and arranges workshops, presentations, and consultations. The workshops he facilitates include Introduction to Qualitative Research, Parts 1 & 2, as well as Introduction to MAXQDA, Parts 1 & 2. The consultations he provides typically focus on selection of methodology, development of coding scheme, and use of software.

He earned two graduate degrees from Michigan State University: a Master of Arts in Postsecondary Education with a Graduate Certificate in Teaching and Learning, and a Master of Social Work in Macro Practice. His undergraduate studies in Social Work were completed at Loyola University Chicago. In addition to formal research training, he has experience serving as a research assistant and conducting his own studies. He also has over ten years of practice experience in education, community, and healthcare institutions.

Consulting

By Appointment

I provide consultations for qualitative research, including helping with choosing a methodology and methods, organizing interview guides, engaging in coding and analysis, including creating codes, drafting a code book, and applying and analyzing codes. I also help with understanding the benefits of using qualitative data analysis (QDA) software and the differences between programs. I use and am a trainer for MAXQDA, and can provide more substantive support for this particular program. As I also manage the qualitative workshops and presentations offered at D-Lab, I can help you identify potentially helpful offerings (e.g., already-scheduled presentations) and/or arrange a special offering (e.g., a workshop introducing QDA software) for your research group or class. If you'd like to meet with me, please submit a request via this system. Your request should include both (1) an explanation of your consultation needs and (2) at least a few hour-long blocks of time when you would be able to meet at D-Lab in Barrows Hall. Please note that I typically schedule meetings for after 12 noon.

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