Academy of Research

The desire to work based on facts is growing. More and more people are asking about the impact of your project, but also about your achievements with your target audience. Management boards, supervisory boards, funding agencies, and other financiers are increasingly asking: What is the impact of your projects?

As a professional, you want to develop yourself and improve your projects based on knowledge and facts and not just rely on your gut feeling. You want to collect data, but you're not sure how.

Quite often, research is made complicated, and many have had the experience of a cumbersome thesis where they got lost in the data.

However, it doesn't have to be complicated. Claudia makes research accessible and understandable in her courses.

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12 tips for observing as a method of research

Observation is a method of finding out and recording actual behavior. You choose the observation method to determine how activities, programs, or projects are received and when you want to register spontaneous reactions.

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10 tips for holding a group discussion

There are different things to consider when organizing and conducting a group interview than during an individual interview.

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How to conduct data collection?

In my previous blogs, I explained how to determine the right research question and how to choose the proper research method. The next step in the research process is data collection. While gathering data, there are several things you need to keep in mind. I'll give you some tips.

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How do you formulate the right research question?

If you are going to conduct research, it is essential to formulate the right research question. The purpose of the research and the research question indicates what the setup of the research will contain.

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Tips for formulating survey questions

A questionnaire is used as a measuring tool to answer your research questions. It is essential that you can use the results of the questionnaire.

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How to draw a sample?

It is not always necessary to speak to everyone to get a representative picture. Especially with large numbers, such as the voting behavior of all Dutch citizens, a representative sample is drawn.

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Data processing tips

Questionnaires can be distributed digitally, but in certain situations, you make it easier for your respondents when they can fill it out on the spot on paper.

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Different ways of reporting your research results

For many people, when they think of a research report, unfortunately, they still think of a bulky tome that reads like an exciting book (it works slowly towards the conclusion). However, there are other ways of reporting that are becoming more popular.

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15 tips for a great interview

Individual and group interviews allow you to find out a lot. For example, about the impact of an activity, the course of a program, or the influences of different actors. But how do you get the most out of your interviews?

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Claudia's heart is in research. With her passion, she enjoys enthusing others about research. She enjoys sharing her knowledge and experience. Claudia works and lives in the Netherlands, where she has been helping students and beginning researchers with research for years. Through blogs, but also with e-books, e-courses, and coaching. The first blogs are now translated into English to help more students and beginning researchers.
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