This course guides you through the planning and development of research interviews, from choosing the most suitable interview approach, to writing strong questions and preparing for the interview with participants.
This course will help you to:
- Recognize when to use research interviews, which type is best for your purpose, and when they are not suitable
- Learn about the ethical issues that are raised by research interviewing and how to address them in practice
- Understand how and why you need to make questions easy for interviewees, and how to apply strategies to care for them
- Formulate a plan to carry out your interviews, checking the quality of the questions
- Choose the best method to capture data and know what to do when things go wrong
- Conduct yourself correctly during an interview and care for your data