I had the good fortune this week to attend the International Institute for Qualitative Research’s 2015 conference in Melbourne.
I plan to share more about the week’s highlights in the coming days (yes, you are going to be part of my processing the experience…not what you signed up for? Sorry.)
Here’s a copy of the poster I displayed about my beginning PhD research.
Special thanks for Wade Kelly from Charles Sturt University in Wagga Wagga for running a great session last Sunday on “presenting your research”.
I attended. I was inspired by his suggestions. This is what resulted.
Not perfect. But sssssooooo much better than what would have been on the wall without his generous sharing of knowledge. Now to tackle haiku deck.
Hopefully you can read the text by double clicking on the image to enlarge it … this worked on my desktop at least.
Feedback welcome. Also questions.
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Very noice. I like the blue. I would vary the size of the font, so that where it can be bigger its is. l also like the study design.
Yes the text in the big bubble is too small – and there are a few mismatches in font size…but overall I’m happy. The image was originally going to be of the Rosie the riveter breastfeeding woman but not high res enough. The photo of baby me was recently rediscovered when my big bro made our family slides digital – I had never seen it before. Glad you like the research approach – talking to you that day was very important in the process of getting to a research question. Looking forward to starting…
I love that you have a photo of you and your mother with a midwife. Perfect synchronicity.
Its fantastic Jen and yes you can read it by clicking straight on it. Looking forward to your research as it comes…..
thanks – I’m looking forward to doing!
Good to meet you in Melbourne and see the poster in real life! Great stuff… Susan
I have been reading a couple of your articles today … and checked out your blog, which I can’t believe I hadn’t been following…
I will email soon – you’ve got me thinking.
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Great. Look forward to more dialogue! Best wishes.
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