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Qualitative Research and Healing Justice - Shared screen with speaker view
Heather [she/her]
03:26
Hello?
Will Pfeffer (he/him)
03:34
Hi!
Heather [she/her]
03:44
So, how is everyone?
Will Pfeffer (he/him)
04:05
I’m doing great, excited for this session!
Eric Renz-Whitmore
04:40
Yes, for me
Michelle
07:10
What link is this?
Will Pfeffer (he/him)
07:28
There’s a banner on the top-left of Zoom that says “Live on Otter.ai Live Notes,” click that
Jess Sand
07:42
Streaming link: https://otter.ai/v/jE18WQRl2FXrDg3LyBoefnNs7mx0AuOV
Will Pfeffer (he/him)
10:28
Code of Conduct: https://github.com/codeforamerica/codeofconduct
Michelle
13:26
Hello :)
mhorowski
13:42
Hello! And thank you, Aditi!
Rebecca Blakiston
14:47
Hi, all! Rebecca (she/her), in Tucson AZ
Bryce Willey
15:12
Hey! I'm Bryce (he/him), in Boston, MA
Will Pfeffer (he/him)
15:17
Hello from Boston, MA!
Kim A
15:19
Hey hey, Kim (she/her) from Charlotte NC
Noreen Whysel
15:22
Hi everyone. I’m Noreen, She/Her. Researcher in NYC.
mhorowski
15:31
Meredith Horowski (she/her) in Washington DC
Heather [she/her]
15:33
I'm Heather, she/her pronouns, and am in a suburb of Milwaukee WI.
Melinda Angeles
15:45
Yinz -- I'm Melinda (she/her) from the 'Burgh (Pittsburgh, PA)
Thad Kerosky
15:46
Thad (he/him), coming from Boston
Jerry Hall
15:47
Jerry Hall, he/him, Open San Diego
Marianne Miranda (she/her)
16:02
Hi, I’m Mari (she/her), from Los Angeles, CA
Dane Olsen(Code for San José)
16:02
Hello! Dane(he/him), from San José, CA
Joshua Mosonyi
16:20
Hello! Joshua from Los Angeles, CA
ktoney01
16:28
Kelly (she/her) from Oakland
Eric RW (he/him in ABQ)
16:37
Eric Renz-Whitmore, he/him, Code for ABQ (Albuquerque, NM)
Veronica Young
16:38
Hi All, great to see everyone. Veronica (she/her) in Oakland, CA
uxhelen
16:44
Helen (she/her) from Santa Monica
Cade Gruendl
16:53
Cade (they/them) Chicago, IL here :3
Jess Sand
18:14
👋 Jess (she/her from OpenOakland)
Jess Sand
19:01
Am I the only one seeing a frozen half-slide?
Cade Gruendl
19:24
@Jess same here!
Thomas Deckert (he/him)
19:25
Hi All. Hi Jess. I’m also seeing a half-frozen slide.
Michelle (she/her)
19:59
You should not monitor the chat!
Janet Michaelis
21:10
Janet Michaelis from Dayton OH - presently in Pawnee!
Michelle (she/her)
24:37
I think that it might be good to look up the history of the speaker later or independently so we can hear the presentation.
Kristi Leach
24:49
Yes, we can do this in chat
Eric RW (he/him in ABQ)
25:16
That sounds good.
Rebecca Blakiston
25:17
Yes, me too! Would love to hear what Aditi has to say.
Rebecca Blakiston
25:50
Yay for UX research! One of my favorite things.
Mei Eisenbach
27:15
https://info.codeforamerica.org/qualitative-research
Heather [she/her]
30:40
Slide is messed up again.
ktoney01
31:15
Great job Aditi!
Rebecca Blakiston
31:35
I really appreciate these principles, very helpful
Rebecca Blakiston
31:46
Empathy for self matters too!
Heather [she/her]
32:24
Also, what's an OK topic for some people might be not OK with others.
Noreen Whysel
32:46
I’m doing a series of research sessions tomorrow on trust in digital technology relationships. This information is really helpful.
Heather [she/her]
32:53
Slide's off again.
Michelle (she/her)
32:56
I think it’s ok
Michelle (she/her)
33:16
She’s basically saying the same stuff that’s on the slides and there’s also the transcripts
Heather [she/her]
33:26
It's better now.
Kristi Leach
34:38
This quote is golden
Michelle (she/her)
34:44
That’s an amazing quote
Eric RW (he/him in ABQ)
34:45
Wow... that is good.
Callum Leneman (he/him)
34:45
++
Kristi Leach
36:01
I’ve been thinking a lot lately how if we don’t understand this, we can also misinterpret what we learn in a research study.
Eric RW (he/him in ABQ)
37:04
Thank you
Kristi Leach
40:28
Adits, I would love to see the prompts you originally intended to show
Kristi Leach
40:32
*Aditi
Noreen Whysel
53:31
great conversation! too short!
Eric RW (he/him in ABQ)
58:01
https://www.codeforamerica.org/news/people-lead-the-way
Eric RW (he/him in ABQ)
58:50
https://www.codeforamerica.org/news/conducting-research-with-a-healing-mindset
Kristi Leach
59:05
Thanks, Eric!
Callum Leneman (he/him)
01:00:55
As you’re experimenting with new research methodologies - how do you validate their efficacy / ensure they’re being ethically implemented?
Aditi Joshi
01:01:06
Practice guide: https://cdn2.hubspot.net/hubfs/5622333/CFA_QualitativeResearchGuide_v1.pdf
Aditi Joshi
01:01:15
My email: aditi@codeforamerica.org
brohney2
01:03:51
Thanks Aditi!! I really appreciated this!
Eric RW (he/him in ABQ)
01:03:53
This was illuminating - and well done - thanks for sharing Aditi!
Jess Sand (OpenOakland)
01:04:07
So helpful, thank you for sharing.
Michelle (she/her)
01:04:08
Thank you so much for sharing these experiences!
Rebecca Blakiston
01:04:44
Thanks so much for this! Can’t wait to dive into the practice guide especially.
uxhelen
01:05:25
I had to restart my computer and lost the previous chat...could someone share the practice guide and any other links we need? Thanks in advance
Janet Michaelis
01:05:33
Good job getting creative with the chat data that was at hand!
Michelle (she/her)
01:05:39
https://cdn2.hubspot.net/hubfs/5622333/CFA_QualitativeResearchGuide_v1.pdf
Kim A
01:05:42
Thank you for sharing, Aditi!
Michelle (she/her)
01:05:57
That was the practice guide
uxhelen
01:06:02
Thank you Michelle!
Callum Leneman (he/him)
01:07:00
Great presentation - thanks, Aditi and team!
Cade Gruendl
01:07:06
THANK YOUU
e2
01:07:07
Thank you, Aditi! This was a very eye-opening and insightful presentation and grateful I got to attend this.
Wendy Hagenmaier
01:07:13
Thank you, Aditi!
Bryce Willey (he/him)
01:07:17
Thanks you! A great presentation!
Noreen Whysel
01:07:19
thanks!
Joshua Mosonyi
01:07:21
Thank you!
Thomas Deckert (OpenOakland, he/him)
01:07:22
Thank you Aditi!
Noreen Whysel
01:07:27
looking forward to it!