July 2019

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Oh, what a month! I look at my journal and find that I have made very few entries- disappointing as it reflects that I was too busy to even “stop to think”… …though was constantly immersed at the same time (supervisors- I reassure you that was the case!); and also disappointing in that it is… Continue Reading →

June 2019

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It has been a bit of “letting go” of who I am as a professional (physiotherapist/ lecturer) as I progress my PhD. I had already made a career change- while still in the healthcare industry- I gave up my professional knowledge of seven years as a nurse to then train as a physiotherapist in 2000,… Continue Reading →

#XRBootcamp & Showcase

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⚡️ “#XR Showcase & Bootcamp” Latest showcase of projects from the #MESH360 research cluster https://www.researchgate.net/project/MESH360@ToddStretton @caguayoNZ @victoriomartin @Jinhong5849 @aiello_stephen @wilkinson_norm @Srgurr Twitter Moment: https://twitter.com/i/moments/1142979328302407682


Posted by & filed under Coding, Grounded theory, mosomelt, Qualitative, research.

So today I’ll be writing something about coding. I am planning to apply grounded theory to my open-ended questions. I will update on what I have learnt. Hope it will be helpful for others too.