Tag Archives: issues in research

Battery Fail!

We’ve all heard the stories of researchers recording an interview to later find out that the conversation was not saved or unusable because of poor quality. We know about people refusing to be recorded which makes an interview a writing marathon with the speed of speech. And to top it all up, we all know that techology is quite likely to let us down when we least expect it. Well, honestly, I never thought any of this would happen to me!!! I’ve always been extra organised, checking all my equipment and having a back up plan just in case and I suppose the fact that none of the above mentioned ever happened to me made me feel a bit over-convident, I was kind of invincible… Couldn’t be more wrong… Keep reading to find out why…


Stakeholders, issues and strategies

Transition from primary to secondary school of children learning EAL project: Stakeholders, issues and strategies As part of the ESRC NWDTC Research Impact Training Day I was given an exercise to think about the stakeholders, issues and strategies to address the issues in my research. After identifying the stakeholders, I had to do a little […]