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Creating a structure for your literature review: Part 2 - Shared screen with speaker view
Danilo Jr. Rogayan
16:00
Good evening everyone!
Jenny Care
16:13
Hi everyone!
zelalem getachew ayalke
16:34
hi every one
Jane Phuong
16:45
Good evening Cassily, Mel and Nicole
ZAHRA VAHAJI
16:47
Hi everyone
Rita Mugo
16:58
Hello
Muhammadu Theseem Musthafa
17:03
Hi everyone
Mokuba Mave
17:15
hello everyone. I am Mokuba from Coventry university( UK)
Nicole Phelan
17:18
If Welcome to Cassily Charles Part 2 Creating a structure for your literature review
Jenny Care
17:45
Melbourne, Australia says hello!!
Mila Meijer
18:08
Good morning from Amsterdam!
Maureen D'Arcy
18:36
It is so lovely to connect with the world - literally through webinars
Muhammad Nazif Iliyasu
18:53
It's morning here, hope everyone is doing great
Dennis Grauslund
18:57
Hi from Aalborg, Denmark :-)
Rita Mugo
19:05
Great summary it yesterday's session
Nabina Roka
19:22
Good Afternoon in Nepal and Good Evening there , From Nabina, an Assistant Lecturer at the Department of English education
Rita Mugo
19:52
Good morning from Nairobi, Kenya
Danilo Jr. Rogayan
21:34
Watching from the Philippines. Good day everyone!
Maria Sandoval-Guzman
23:59
The ideas from yesterday were really useful already. Looking forward to more insights from this wrap up session! :)
Jenny Care
28:12
All good, keep going
Lizzie Ridley
28:18
makes sense
Susi Afriani
28:18
Great
Kathryn Pettigrove
28:21
All good thank you!
Katie Street
28:22
Love it!
Danielle Burns
28:22
All good
Marie Layoun
28:22
all good too
Adrienne Erwin
28:23
All good keep going
Mokuba Mave
28:25
good
Darren Brand
28:27
All makes sense, thank you.
Lilon Bandler
28:28
All good … please continue!
Renugah Rengasamy
28:30
just nice
Muhammad Nazif Iliyasu
28:59
good to go
Maureen D'Arcy
29:49
So absolutely true
Kathryn Pettigrove
29:51
hahaha yes
Sian Slade
30:08
Actually much more random than that!! With papers everywhere!!!
Maureen D'Arcy
30:15
I would just love to submit my mind maps
Jenny Care
30:27
Funny.....submitting mind maps
Maureen D'Arcy
31:03
when I mind map - all the linked thoughts, are the same colour
Jenny Care
31:22
Yes
Mila Meijer
31:25
yes
Millicent Crowe
31:26
Yes - paper and lots of colour
Natalie Bye
31:27
Yes - Simpleminds
Marie Layoun
31:27
yes love htem!
Natalija Stanivuk
31:30
yes
Adrienne Erwin
31:31
yes
Susi Afriani
31:31
yes
Lizzie Ridley
31:32
yes but then don’t understand them after I’ve finished them!!
Danilo Jr. Rogayan
31:33
I draw mind maps.
Kathryn Pettigrove
31:35
yes at times - no software though just paper!
Lizzie Ridley
31:35
on paper
Maureen D'Arcy
31:36
paper and pen
Dennis Grauslund
31:36
No! But I will need to try it :)
Marie Layoun
31:38
paper and highlighters
Sian Slade
31:38
Yes, me old school
Natalija Stanivuk
31:39
both
Adrienne Erwin
31:39
apps
Andrew Ty
31:39
I use paper and pen for mind maps
Jenny Care
31:40
powerpoint
Rebecca Leon
31:41
Paper and pen
Susi Afriani
31:42
paper and pen
Sarah Wright
31:42
I have mine on a whiteboard
Aashna Mittal
31:43
Yes! Pen and paper
Darren Brand
31:46
I have used NVivo to assist with this process.
Frederick Anlimah
31:46
pen and paper
Diarmuid O'Dowd-Hill
31:48
Mindmaps on NVivo and then use that to create nodes
Tendai Rwodzi
31:48
still to try it out
Lilon Bandler
31:54
Scapple
Natalie Bye
31:54
Simpleminds is my go to app
Maria Sandoval-Guzman
32:06
Old style pen and paper plus EndNote, but would like to upgrade
Taana Rose
32:28
https://www.mindmup.com/
Jenny Care
32:38
Thnks
Mokuba Mave
32:49
table
Lizzie Ridley
32:50
sooo many written notes
Jenny Care
32:55
Haven't found a good method yet
Lijun Summerhayes
32:56
I use literature grid
Maria Velo Higueras
33:04
notes in the research paper and then main ideas in excel file
Maureen D'Arcy
33:13
written notes - literature grids
Sarah Wright
33:14
Mendeley
Diarmuid O'Dowd-Hill
33:16
Just NVivo and then my working document is where I try to fit it all together
Tendai Rwodzi
33:17
excel
Mokuba Mave
33:19
spreadsheet
Lilon Bandler
33:20
I write all over what I’m reading with my favourite fountain pen … then transcribe into notebook and then into Word … as I go it gets refined.
Diarmuid O'Dowd-Hill
33:37
Endnote for ideas that come to me when I'm away from my computer
Natalie Bye
33:38
I have a chaotic system - post it notes, simpleminded software, excel, normal paper with coloured pens and endnote.
Lyndel Kennedy
33:46
Nvivo memos, notes in EndNote, MS word files
Nabina Roka
33:57
written notes most of the time
Marie Layoun
34:08
if you have a touch surface, you could write on it with a pen, and save it on your computer on cloud to access everywhere
Darren Brand
34:30
I find NVivo helpful as a critiquing framework template can be uploaded to the system, applied to full text literature and then developed to create nodes that are helpful in the data analysis process.
Colin Ellis
35:28
Paper pen/coloured pencils. I draw the possible journey of participants as I have been on that journey. So I had a picture/drawing what I was looking at. Then I started focusing on each step/part of that journey. When I read something I would enter it into a table in Word. I also use reflective journaling as I go along.
Sheridan Guyatt
36:45
I make written notes to help me think and order my thoughts.
Danielle Burns
37:31
I’m a full time teacher so I’ve had enough change to last me a lifetime
Sarah Wright
38:02
I try to write every morning between 6am and 8am
Taana Rose
38:04
Yes I do the 2 golden hours!
Jenny Care
38:07
Shut up and write sessions with colleagues every Monday
Maureen D'Arcy
38:20
I used to do that whilst watching my children's sports
Susi Afriani
38:30
yes, for me, in the morning between 6-10 am
Mercy Masta
38:45
Its definitely worked for me
Colin Ellis
38:48
I join a "stop and write session" currently on zoom. It last for two hours. I just write.
Diarmuid O'Dowd-Hill
38:59
"Creative dump" - Take 20 minutes to write down everything that comes into your head about the topic. It doesn't have to be coherent you can sort through it after
Moses Paul
39:04
I used to do that during the morning
Rita Mugo
39:18
Setting time for free writing without expectations - excellent tip
Darren Brand
39:55
I find that the protection of time is key - especially when working full time and studying on a part-time basis.
Rita Mugo
40:29
Diarising what I have read has been a great help
Gaye Wilson
40:39
can everyone please put comments to both panelists and attendees?
Natalie Bye
40:51
Yes!
Susi Afriani
40:52
yes me
Aileen Lane
40:53
yes
Adrienne Erwin
40:53
Use of colour is essential to me
Rita Mugo
40:57
Yes. Visual mapping
he83677
40:58
I colour code all my notes
Natalie Bye
41:02
Absolutely love post it notes
Chanchal Chaudhary
41:03
I do
Taana Rose
41:03
Yes
Adrienne Erwin
41:06
visual mapping is so good
Maria Sandoval-Guzman
41:07
Colour codng
Andrew Ty
41:15
i have sticky notes on the wall, doodles on a mirror, and a whiteboard!
Yolande Hylton
41:15
how do you manage writing with working FT and studying PT Darren?
Suzzanne Gray
41:17
I'm collecting and creating images
Linda Marsden
41:28
No but I have started using the app post it notes, and I love padlet for pages of post it note equivalents
Jacki Johnson
41:35
stickies on my Mac screen
Caroline Ang
41:36
I have 2.5 ft x 8 ft whiteboard sticker on my wall to write down my thoughts
Suzzanne Gray
41:48
All search tracking
Jacki Johnson
42:17
i have a kitchen glass splash back now on the wall in my study for me to draw and plan . Works well
Marie Layoun
42:20
i use post it notes in my diaries and color codes
Caroline Ang
42:32
I use Zotero too
Kathryn Pettigrove
42:33
Notion!!
Adrienne Erwin
42:36
Using notion!!!!
Buna Bhandari Bhattarai
42:39
yes
Lyndel Kennedy
42:40
yes NVivo
Andrew Ty
42:41
i want to learn notion!
Diarmuid O'Dowd-Hill
42:42
Yeah love Nvivo
Darren Brand
42:43
NVivo yes
Dennis Grauslund
42:43
I'm trying to use NVivo :-)
Lilon Bandler
42:44
Zotero
Buna Bhandari Bhattarai
42:45
i use
Colin Ellis
42:49
Endnote
Buna Bhandari Bhattarai
43:00
Endnote
Andrew Ty
43:20
the PowerNotes Chrome extension is good too
Mercy Masta
43:25
Power notes
Marie Layoun
43:30
i explain my ideas to someone outside of my field to see if they understand, it it's clear enough
Anne Macdonald
43:44
Turning off the internal editor - i.e. not dismissing anything as too out there
Caroline Ang
43:49
OneNoteMindMeister
Lyndel Kennedy
43:50
scribbles in the margins on the really important printed journal articles
Diarmuid O'Dowd-Hill
43:50
Can everyone change comments so we can all see them please???
Kathryn Pettigrove
43:55
- Notes in a template on Notion, with embedded links to databases of "brainstorming ideas" and "things to follow up"
Lizzie Ridley
44:05
paper notes, everywhere… its not working!!
Sarah Wright
44:16
I use Write Or Die to force myself to write and put perfection aside.
Mercy Masta
44:16
Excel
Joan O'Donnell
44:26
Rich pictures: https://www.betterevaluation.org/en/evaluation-options/richpictures
Colin Ellis
44:31
I have set up alerts in Google, Scopus...Also chatting with other PhD studentsChatting with supervisors
Catherine Launder
44:35
Put emerging themes into a stream of consciousness
Kathryn Pettigrove
44:35
Time blocking for focusing on one topic at a time
Maureen D'Arcy
44:36
Lizzie - I had that did a big sort into folders so it looked organised even when my mind wasnt
Pratiwi Pratiwi
44:54
ms word, with diagrams, and then highlight the gap by marking it with question mark
Lizzie Ridley
45:00
Maureen - i tried that and even then it was chaos lol i couldn’t get the folder organised
Mohammad Zaidur Rahman Sabuj
45:02
I do use EndNote
Gaye Wilson
45:15
Write or Die!
Dennis Grauslund
45:16
Mind-mapping in NVivo
Mercy Masta
45:18
Maybe the apps
Marie Layoun
45:19
yes!
Frederick Anlimah
45:22
So many apps to try
Susi Afriani
45:22
make a new road map
Sundus Nizamani
45:23
Notion
Kathryn Pettigrove
45:24
I just started Notion and I'd highly recommend it
Lyndel Kennedy
45:25
Mindmapping NVivo
Jocelyn Perry
45:25
Search plans
Yolande Hylton
45:25
I want to learn more about NVivo
Andrew Ty
45:25
I want to learn how to use Notion
Amboge Samson
45:25
I will try the mindmap
Anne Macdonald
45:26
Definitely check out some online mind mapping tools
Cymbeline Buhler
45:28
I have planned to try voice notes, but am now recommitting to that
Mokuba Mave
45:31
mind map
Zhuoga Qimei
45:34
the Mind-mapping app
Kathryn Pettigrove
45:34
Would be keen to try online mindmapping
Jiahong Zhao
45:36
NVivo if it can be free :)
Moses Paul
45:41
mindmapping
Sundus Nizamani
45:42
Writing a daily diary of what I did each day
Mokuba Mave
45:47
Mind Mapping
Diarmuid O'Dowd-Hill
46:14
Ask in your university Jiahong. I got it for free through mine
Solomon Bezabh
47:07
mind mapping and NVivo
Jiahong Zhao
47:10
Really? Thanks Diarmuid. I will try
Sajid Nadeem
47:15
I recently found out about REF-N-WRITE. Haven't tried it my self but looks really promising
Darren Brand
47:30
The Doctoral College at my institution provide many packages free of charge to research students - it it is worth asking the question.
Mercy Masta
49:06
Do you do that before you start reading?
Lyndel Kennedy
49:36
I write from the very beginning, dot points under each subheading, helps me connect ideas, themes, methodology, measures, etc
Maureen D'Arcy
49:37
I had a mind map before I even applied and I just keep changing it
Jiahong Zhao
49:38
That’s great to know. I can ask the IT department of my uni. Thanks Derren
Cymbeline Buhler
49:41
I'm both a planner type and a drafter type!
Clare Whitton
49:48
Yes, I'm a drafter type
Natalie Bye
49:53
Those of you who are using NVivo, are you doing your mind maps in NVivo also? I tried but found the mind mapping tool in NVivo wasn’t very flexible so I went back to mind mapping on Simpleminds. I would like to keep it all on one system, so would prefer to do it in NVivo. Does anyone have any tips?
Lijun Summerhayes
50:31
I prefer reading first before writing
Diarmuid O'Dowd-Hill
50:39
I create my mindmap on NVivo and then export that into my nodes and organise my notes into the subheadings the mindmap created
Dennis Grauslund
50:58
Sounds interesting, Diarmuid!
Diarmuid O'Dowd-Hill
51:10
It just gives me a visual to organise what my nodes are going to be
Tausif Mulla
51:12
I used an excellent resource for mind mapping and outliner, its called https://transno.com/
Mokuba Mave
51:56
this is great
Cymbeline Buhler
52:03
This is me!
Adrienne Erwin
52:05
looks good Tausif
Tausif Mulla
52:20
Your'e welcome Adrienne
Jenny Care
52:34
Drafter
Mimmi Westman
52:34
Planner!
Mercy Masta
52:35
drafter type
Solomon Bezabh
52:35
both
Adrienne Erwin
52:35
planner
Zhuoga Qimei
52:37
Yes, mostly drafter
Carol McGowan
52:37
Planner
Izzan Nur Aslam
52:37
Drafter
Tausif Mulla
52:38
Planner
Lyndel Kennedy
52:38
I swap between both
Taana Rose
52:38
Drafter
Jacki Johnson
52:38
yes i am a planner
Marie Layoun
52:38
planner
Joan O'Donnell
52:39
planner
Aileen Lane
52:39
Planner
Kathryn Pettigrove
52:40
I think mostly planner but maybe a touch of both
Mila Meijer
52:40
Depends on the day
Natalie Bye
52:40
planner
Jocelyn Perry
52:41
Planner for sure
Yussra Rashed
52:41
Definitely a planner
Maria Sandoval-Guzman
52:42
Planner
Jiahong Zhao
52:42
planner
Aashna Mittal
52:42
Both
Anne Macdonald
52:42
I am definitely a hybrid ...
Lijun Summerhayes
52:42
Yes, i prefer Planner type
Lizzie Ridley
52:43
drafter but trying to introduce more planning
Diarmuid O'Dowd-Hill
52:43
Bit of both
Stephane Batista
52:43
in the middle
Lori McWhirter
52:43
Drafter for sure
Frederick Anlimah
52:45
I have no idea which type I am
Caroline Ang
52:46
Planner
Danilo Jr. Rogayan
52:48
drafter
Sajid Nadeem
52:49
drafter.. would like to be planner
Natalija Stanivuk
52:50
In the middle, more towards the drafting end of the spectrum
Maureen D'Arcy
52:50
Yes definitely a planner
azumah mamudu
52:50
plan before writing
Amboge Samson
52:51
Mix
Cymbeline Buhler
52:51
Totally in the middle, but I think it makes my life harder!
Jiahong Zhao
52:51
Thousands of plans before drafting ...
Rebecca Leon
52:51
In the middle
Kathryn Pettigrove
52:52
planning can be an excuse for procrastinating....! haha
Pratiwi Pratiwi
52:52
Planner
Colin Ellis
52:52
Tend to start with drafting
Rita Mugo
52:54
Both
Mokuba Mave
52:55
both
Darren Brand
53:01
Some and some
Jenny Care
53:10
Love the procrastinator
Tausif Mulla
53:11
No
Cymbeline Buhler
53:12
Yes
Zhuoga Qimei
53:13
yes
Sian Slade
53:16
yes
Tausif Mulla
53:25
I prefer everything digital.
Lyndel Kennedy
53:30
I used to do that in undergrad, but reckon a PhD is too big to make that work
Moses Paul
53:36
I use sticky notes
Danilo Jr. Rogayan
53:37
No. I prefer digital folders.
Danielle Burns
53:38
My articles are organised according to subject
Adrienne Erwin
53:39
No things get too muddled in paper. Prefer digital - easy to carry around
Mercy Masta
53:42
such a great idea
Mimmi Westman
53:48
I use tags in Mendeley
Anne Macdonald
53:51
In 70s when I did Honours, I used the card system - it worked well
Jacki Johnson
53:51
i prefer digital too
Rita Mugo
53:53
yes filing papers
Carol McGowan
53:54
I use that and storage boxes need print outs otherwise I dont comprehend as well
Lizzie Ridley
53:55
i prefer it but no good for nuance
Izzan Nur Aslam
53:56
File and folder classification
Maureen D'Arcy
54:01
I sort of do that to store information in files - digital sorting
Lyndel Kennedy
54:03
problem with paper piles is when a paper belongs in 2 piles!
Jenny Care
54:05
Digital sorting and architecture
Mercy Masta
54:11
Use strings to connect the cardboards
Sundus Nizamani
54:12
Lots of folders
Kathryn Pettigrove
54:13
Definitely heavy use of digital folder sorting
Yolande Hylton
54:15
I use excel and then sort by topic
Mila Meijer
54:15
Yes in mendeley
Cymbeline Buhler
54:18
Yes
Tausif Mulla
54:21
There is a new tool on the block, its called Roam Research. It's mind boggling
Zhuoga Qimei
54:23
yes
Joan O'Donnell
54:24
Yes - needs lots of weeding
Jocelyn Perry
54:26
Colour coding mind maps
Lijun Summerhayes
54:30
is it possible to do physcial sorting when you have over 500+ articles to sort
Adrienne Erwin
54:36
lots of folders using EndNote numbering to label foldera
Lyndel Kennedy
54:37
Im using smart groups in EndNote to group papers by themes
Solomon Bezabh
54:41
Digital sorting-yes
Joan O'Donnell
54:47
I make a note at the start of each document of date started and rationale for doc
Linda Marsden
54:52
I love using Papers (Readcube) it lets you tag, and organise into folders, note take, and search everything, fantastic.
Suzzanne Gray
56:18
I love digital architecture, folders, sub-folders, make it so easy to search and find a paper or quotaton
Colin Ellis
56:58
I still put articles in to piles in folders online, but I keep a master word document that provide a brief overview of each article title|reference(using endnote)|keywords| N| type of research| comments/notes as columns
Jacki Johnson
57:00
keywords in endnote is proving useful
Mimmi Westman
57:13
Me!
Katie Street
57:17
me
Joan O'Donnell
57:17
me
Lyndel Kennedy
57:19
yes, via smart groups
Jenny Care
57:21
I'd like to but not well enough
he83677
57:22
I was not aware you could do this - WILL DEF TRY now in Endnote!
Sarah Wright
57:24
me
Colin Ellis
57:32
Not as a primary
Lilon Bandler
57:47
Folders and notes in Zotero
Zhuoga Qimei
57:53
taxonomy
Tausif Mulla
58:19
Instead of Endnote, I use an application known as "PowerNotes" it has changed the research process for me. I have written a post on my blog, you can check herehttps://www.scroogemarketer.com/post/2020/03/12/streamline-your-research-with-powernotes-extension
Jenny Care
59:18
I accessed PowerNotes today Tausif but haven't used it yet. Thanks
Katie Street
59:28
powernotes
Rita Mugo
59:36
Taxonomy. been using that but I didn't have the word to describe it
Yussra Rashed
59:44
Thanks Tausif it was really helpful
Sajid Nadeem
01:00:01
Lilon - I have a library of 10k items in Zotero and it has slowed down considerably. I have over 40 folders. How's your experience
Hui Yi Khor
01:00:04
I've just started using PowerNotes yesterday, appreciate any tips to utilize this in a working with literature review
Tausif Mulla
01:00:05
I am glad, if you found it useful.
Diarmuid O'Dowd-Hill
01:00:27
Nvivo mindmap is a taxonomy it would appear
Tausif Mulla
01:00:51
Hey Hui, check out my blog I have mention how u can make use for lit review
Hui Yi Khor
01:01:08
Thanks Tausif ! Will definitely check it out.
Yolande Hylton
01:01:40
what is the link for your blog Tausif?
Tausif Mulla
01:02:28
https://www.scroogemarketer.com/post/2020/03/12/streamline-your-research-with-powernotes-extension
Mercy Masta
01:02:42
Thank you Tausif
Yolande Hylton
01:03:01
thank you
Tausif Mulla
01:03:17
Have a look at my Lit Review Matrix I made using the PowerNOtes app https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1JlO7-C8Sw7R04A9IXdpqgzAVWqUv-NVglUCVS3f6-hg/edit?usp=sharing
Solomon Bezabh
01:04:16
Thanks Tausif
Kathryn Pettigrove
01:04:17
This is great
Lyndel Kennedy
01:04:18
all good
Colin Ellis
01:04:20
makes sense
Millicent Crowe
01:04:20
Thumbs UP
Cymbeline Buhler
01:04:20
Yes, great
Stephane Batista
01:04:20
total sense
Lizzie Ridley
01:04:21
i think its a good theme but i still don’t quite understnad
Maureen D'Arcy
01:04:22
Good
Sajid Nadeem
01:04:25
all good
Jacki Johnson
01:04:26
good.
Tausif Mulla
01:04:27
All good
Izzan Nur Aslam
01:04:27
I did it unconciously
Darren Brand
01:04:27
All making sense thank you
Anca Dabija
01:04:29
great :)
Anne Macdonald
01:04:29
All good here
Carol McGowan
01:04:30
Very helpful to make sense and put language around what I did
Natalija Stanivuk
01:04:30
So far, so good! :)
Sundus Nizamani
01:04:30
Love it and feel like I kow nothing
Diarmuid O'Dowd-Hill
01:04:31
All good
Khim Subedi
01:04:32
Great
Solomon Bezabh
01:04:34
all good
Jiahong Zhao
01:04:35
Me too It is hard to apply for me
Lijun Summerhayes
01:04:35
all good thanks
Adrienne Erwin
01:04:35
Very helpful
Rachael Brennan
01:04:37
I feel way behind -- wish I'd seen this in first year.
Peter Rogers
01:04:38
This is brilliant, all making sense
Susi Afriani
01:04:39
good
Linda Marsden
01:04:39
It’s great, I was doing this but didn’t know it was a strategy
Marie Layoun
01:04:46
same it's an ongoing process
Danilo Jr. Rogayan
01:04:46
Exciting
Mercy Masta
01:04:47
still don't understand but I think I will reply your recording and will understand it
Tina Nguyen
01:04:51
Very useful, thank you so much
Frances Clements
01:04:51
its a bit hard to relate to my work but will investigate
Solomon Bezabh
01:04:53
this is helpful
Natalie Bye
01:05:57
What is the difference between mind maps & taxonomies? It looks the same.
Joan O'Donnell
01:06:00
Its really helpful to know that hanging out in this muddiness is just the way it is and the there are techniques and tools for helping us find a way throguh
Mercy Masta
01:06:12
Wow it makes sense
Andrew Ty
01:06:22
mind maps are not necessarily hierarchical i think?
Lyndel Kennedy
01:06:33
I agree Andrew, hi!
Mokuba Mave
01:06:38
this is great
Andrew Ty
01:06:44
(hi, Lyndel!)
Lyndel Kennedy
01:06:53
:)
Susi Afriani
01:07:04
like this idea!
Adrienne Erwin
01:07:09
this is so helpful, thanks for sharing everyone
Natalie Bye
01:07:11
Thanks Andrew & co. I organise my mind maps into hierarchies over time. Thanks for clarifying for me!
Maureen D'Arcy
01:07:13
this looks like a way of sorting the mind map to where you can actually write
Colin Ellis
01:07:18
I use this concept, but after reading I take virtual five steps back to look for the patterns across the literature for that section and utilise mindmaping
Mohammad Zaidur Rahman Sabuj
01:07:29
thanks
Cymbeline Buhler
01:08:22
Can you speak about how to do this when you have more than one gap?
Mercy Masta
01:08:52
She would have had to know her literature well
Clare Whitton
01:08:59
I also have more than one gap
Lyndel Kennedy
01:09:10
do you recommend writing a synopsis of your lit review, as in before you write it?
Mokuba Mave
01:11:17
this is my case. no research on my topic in the DRC
Jenny Care
01:11:43
Yes
Mercy Masta
01:11:48
yes
Catherine Launder
01:11:58
Very clear
Kathryn Pettigrove
01:12:13
Yes! I've been doing this without realising (and less systematically than this explanation, but reassuring to know it's a valid approach!)
Adrienne Erwin
01:12:16
Working backwards is the way I have chosen. Thanks for explaining how to
Maureen D'Arcy
01:12:16
yes it is clear and confirming
Mokuba Mave
01:12:28
very clear for me now
Yussra Rashed
01:12:29
same kathryn
Mercy Masta
01:12:31
this is really useful mentally
Sophiya Dulal
01:12:34
all good
Darren Brand
01:12:35
This is very helpful
Lijun Summerhayes
01:12:35
what happens if the gap previously identified is no longer a gap by doing some L.R.
Rachael Brennan
01:12:35
Helpful.
Peter Rogers
01:12:36
This is very helpful
Lyndel Kennedy
01:12:36
me too Kathryn!
Katie Street
01:12:37
How does she definitely know there is not research on PD for new social workers?
Katie Street
01:13:28
thank you that makes sense
Cymbeline Buhler
01:13:44
How many of these otherwise unrelated branches of literature do you think we can afford to put together into a literature review?
Anne Macdonald
01:13:57
That was really helpful thank you …
Mercy Masta
01:14:10
mine looks like a spider web
Lyndel Kennedy
01:14:17
I think I’ve been unwittingly doing bits of all of these, without quite knowing what they were called
Kathryn Pettigrove
01:14:21
Grid/table with themes across the top and examples from different settings down the side
Zhuoga Qimei
01:14:47
I just write down what I have in mind and my note and then rearrange them.
Suzzanne Gray
01:14:49
when I have an idea of a gap or method I want to pursue, I spend a few days searching the large databases
Rachael Brennan
01:15:13
I haven't found the process to be this clean/straightforward -- consultative process in participatory research -- not just literature review driving the research.
Mokuba Mave
01:15:13
I have adopted this approach without knowing it but know I have understand and would improve
Carol McGowan
01:15:20
To help with my topic I did an analysis based on historical vs. contemporary research and also whether it was theoretical or empirical
Adrienne Erwin
01:15:23
It appears not all messages are visible to attendees
Mokuba Mave
01:15:29
thanks that what I have done
Suzzanne Gray
01:15:32
Then I follow up with citations of the most cited documents and references within each
Yussra Rashed
01:15:36
I do a grid, taxonomies (didn’t know I do), pruning mind-maps and since my work is aim driven I think I did a bit of working backwards from the gap as well
Jiahong Zhao
01:15:51
How do we do the paragraph labelling? Sorry I did not quite get that.
Marie Layoun
01:15:53
yes not all comments appear but when we get the transcript they will show
Colin Ellis
01:16:05
I consider using Edward Debono's beyond po. So if I feel I am not getting anywhere I add a wildcard search. That can then open up the field even more
Maria Sandoval-Guzman
01:16:52
How can you tell when you have all the *key* literature?
Anca Dabija
01:17:45
Maria, I think you reach saturation
Anca Dabija
01:17:51
and there is nothing new anymore
Marie Layoun
01:18:08
if you have a precedent for all your ideas
Dennis Grauslund
01:18:21
Maria Sandoval: When you read articles without meeting new key authors
Dennis Grauslund
01:18:42
… I think
Jenny Care
01:18:53
Sounds good Dennis
Maria Sandoval-Guzman
01:19:01
When the area of research is really active, new research keeps coming! Dennis, I like the idea of following authors (vs. papers)
Mercy Masta
01:19:10
You have main scholars in your field in there
Andrew Ty
01:19:42
what does raw material mean in this context?
Jiahong Zhao
01:19:55
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Jiahong Zhao
01:19:55
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Mokuba Mave
01:20:36
I’m doing this
Carol McGowan
01:20:59
Found it hard to find ones that fit what I am doing. Have done endless searches without much luck
Mercy Masta
01:21:02
good point
he83677
01:21:53
I really like that slide - it maps it our so nicely with a good structure
Yolande Hylton
01:22:10
this is so useful
Mokuba Mave
01:22:11
interesting
Tausif Mulla
01:22:50
Is it advisable, to go through other researcher's lit review papers to start?
Lizzie Ridley
01:23:03
how does this work with inter disciplinary is it category or discipline??
Audrey Moima
01:23:22
how does the questionnaire fit to literature review
Lori McWhirter
01:23:31
Polymerase chain reaction
he83677
01:23:36
polymerase chain reaction :)
Marie Layoun
01:23:42
tausif, definitely
Dinah Kassaman
01:24:24
I have done some of this on a trial and error basis...to me Lit review has always been a monster...but after this,I think I will be fine.
Mercy Masta
01:25:17
Thanks Dinah
Yussra Rashed
01:26:49
i do
Colin Ellis
01:26:51
If you use postits with storylines you can move parts/sections around to help develop your story
Marie Layoun
01:26:51
yessss
he83677
01:26:54
I'm sort of using a storyline at the moment
Mercy Masta
01:26:54
i don't use it but i'd like to
Maureen D'Arcy
01:26:56
not yet but it makes sense
Lizzie Ridley
01:26:56
i use paragraph labels to start the drafting
Kathryn Pettigrove
01:26:57
still here!
Roz Bellamy
01:26:57
Still here but don’t use it
Jenny Care
01:26:58
No I don't
Frances Clements
01:26:59
yes
Robynne Snell
01:27:01
heard of it but not used it
Lyndel Kennedy
01:27:02
trying right now!
he83677
01:27:03
But it is great to see how to make it more structured - thank you
Mimmi Westman
01:27:03
Sort of, sometimes it is the way forward
Catherine Launder
01:27:05
Will try it
Sundus Nizamani
01:27:08
still here. Just finding all of this very new.
Adrienne Erwin
01:27:09
Sounds like a good idea. Have not tried it yet
Lijun Summerhayes
01:27:10
haven't done storyline, but will from now on
Marie Layoun
01:27:12
very useful
Anne Macdonald
01:27:14
yes -
Kathryn Pettigrove
01:27:16
Yes sometimes use this as a personal process kind of like drafting via topic sentences
Darren Brand
01:27:20
I haven't used up to now, but will investigate further!
Gaye Wilson
01:27:27
I use headings and massage them into a coherent narrative before I write the paragraphs
Mercy Masta
01:27:49
True
Rita Mugo
01:27:53
still here. You've given me a lot to think about. Starting to see how to incorporate it now
Kathryn Pettigrove
01:28:17
mini table of contents
Kathryn Pettigrove
01:29:16
type 1/2
Mercy Masta
01:29:17
Yes 'the evoling diabetes epidemic
Kathryn Pettigrove
01:29:19
micro/macro
he83677
01:29:20
complications of diabetes
Jenny Care
01:29:24
Type 1 and 2
Sundus Nizamani
01:29:25
impact of diabetes
Peter Rogers
01:29:26
Economic impact
Rachael Brennan
01:29:42
Who should look after people with diabetes
Jenny Care
01:29:43
The personal impact of diabetes
Lyndel Kennedy
01:29:50
who should look after ppl w diabetes
Sheridan Guyatt
01:29:51
Who is looking after
he83677
01:29:52
evolving diabetes
Dinah Kassaman
01:29:54
The economic impact
Linda Marsden
01:30:01
The questions ….do guidelines work?. Who should look after people with …
Jenny Care
01:30:04
Towards the end
Kathryn Pettigrove
01:30:11
at the top
Rebecca Leon
01:30:13
Fact first, story end
Lyndel Kennedy
01:30:14
towards end of each subsection
Kathryn Pettigrove
01:30:14
like the funnel
Rachael Brennan
01:30:15
Fact at start, build to her stuff
Maureen D'Arcy
01:30:15
Given at the front - story follows
Robynne Snell
01:30:20
start with known categories
Mokuba Mave
01:31:35
thank you Cassily
Babita Shrestha
01:32:00
thanks
zelalem getachew ayalke
01:32:03
thank you Cassily
Sheridan Guyatt
01:32:12
Thanks Cassily
Lilon Bandler
01:32:12
Thank you.
Tina Nguyen
01:32:13
Thank you Cassily
Lilon Bandler
01:32:16
Another good session.
Darren Brand
01:32:18
This has been so helpful, thank you very much.
Charles Ball
01:32:18
Thank you!
Deena Mehjabeen
01:32:19
Thank you!
Tausif Mulla
01:32:19
Thank you
Rita Mugo
01:32:20
I've been concentrating alot on capturing and categorizing ideas … I now need to focus on refining my LR structure. Very useful session today
Anca Dabija
01:32:21
I am so grateful for this 2 part webinar!
he83677
01:32:23
Thank you so much Cassily - this was incredibly helpful and I feel so much more prepared and relaxed now
Elaine Wong
01:32:24
Thanks for sharing
Adrienne Erwin
01:32:25
thank you for this webinar. So helpful
Sian Slade
01:32:25
Any tips on timing and how long lit searching takes?
Anita Larkin
01:32:25
thank you so much.
Jillian Westall
01:32:27
Thanks so much, Cassily!
Natalija Stanivuk
01:32:32
Thanks a lot, Cassily!
Mercy Masta
01:32:34
Thank you Cassily and Mel really appreciate all this knowledge and experience
Marie Layoun
01:32:34
thanks a lot!!!!
Sophiya Dulal
01:32:38
Thank you for the session
agnes montalbo
01:32:42
thanks a lot! Cassily!
Katie Street
01:32:44
When and what is part 3? please!!!!
Criselda Francisco
01:32:46
🙋‍♀️Thank you!
Danilo Jr. Rogayan
01:32:47
Thanks a lot Cassily!
Linda Marsden
01:32:47
Thanks, this has been great.
Dennis Grauslund
01:32:49
Thanks guys, it's been great!
Yolande Hylton
01:32:49
thank you Cassily
Solomon Bezabh
01:32:53
Thanks Cassily..Great lesson.
Jiahong Zhao
01:32:56
Can you explain a little bit more about the paragraph labelling? How does it work and what is the importance of using this?
Jane Phuong
01:33:09
Thank you Cassily, Mel and Nicole. Thank you all attendees for your sharing.
Muhammad Nazif Iliyasu
01:33:10
thank you million fold
Kathryn Pettigrove
01:33:13
This has been exactly what I've been missing from grad research orientation type training - thank you!!!
Lyndel Kennedy
01:33:26
ditto Kathryn
Adrienne Erwin
01:33:26
I agree Kathryn!
Yolande Hylton
01:33:32
completely agree Kathryn
Elaine Wong
01:33:40
How many pages should a literature review? My supervisor is wanting to around 40 pages. Table all in Appendices.
Jiahong Zhao
01:33:46
It’s quite useful by the way for a fourth-year PhD student like me. Thanks a lot!
Aileen Lane
01:33:49
thanks for today
Mercy Masta
01:33:57
I agree, this have been the most useful way of explaining it Thank you again
he83677
01:34:13
Cassily - how much background detail do you need to go into? For example my phD is looking at respiratory problems in children with muscle weakness. Key concepts would need a lot of explaination - obviously the examiner is not a lay person but how to know how much background is needed for key concepts?
Rebecca Leon
01:34:20
I wish I had had this information earlier, but better late than never!
Marie Layoun
01:34:33
agreed rebecca
Carol McGowan
01:34:43
Also agree Rebecca
Babita Shrestha
01:35:34
will we get the lit review diagam later? it seems interesting.
Marie Layoun
01:35:50
it's in the slides
Natalie Bye
01:38:00
Great question about the theory & lit review
Solomon Bezabh
01:38:05
Thanks Cassily, Mel, Nicole, and all the attendees for your sharing.
Mimmi Westman
01:38:30
Thanks Cassily! I have to dash to another meeting but these two sessions have been extremely valuable for me! So generous that you share this with everybody!
Tina Nguyen
01:39:18
Thank you Mel
Kathryn Pettigrove
01:39:24
Disaster :(
Jiahong Zhao
01:39:29
That’s frustrating
Babita Shrestha
01:39:31
had great time and knowledge in these two days. thanks a lot.
Mercy Masta
01:39:47
Wow...so keep your eye out on the latest literature
Aida Jaffar
01:39:56
Oh dear..
Kathryn Pettigrove
01:40:03
This happened to someone I know, at about the 2.5 year mark in his phd! :( :( :(
Maureen D'Arcy
01:40:08
No I would cry
Gaye Wilson
01:40:11
If you are at the end of your research and find someone has done the same thing, keep going and finish because the chances of both scholars saying exactly the same thing are small.
Lyndel Kennedy
01:40:24
good point Gaye
Zhuoga Qimei
01:40:26
:(
Jenny Care
01:40:48
Talk to your supervisors about it. It would be rare that the research is EXACTLY the same
Anne Macdonald
01:40:55
My greatest fear …. :(((
Gaye Wilson
01:41:00
Exactly, Jenny.
Sarah Wright
01:41:04
This happened to me - my thesis is due in August. Luckily, my methodology was better, so the discussion will be interesting :-)
Lijun Summerhayes
01:41:21
is there a facebook page or Linkedin page to get notifications for any more upcoming workshops?
Jane Phuong
01:41:22
Good on you Sarah
Suzzanne Gray
01:42:00
I sent my research proposal draft around looking for a supervisor and two academics stole my ideas!
Gaye Wilson
01:42:05
Or ask what is different about my research that the others have not looked at? Don't give up immediately without further investigation.
Gaye Wilson
01:42:11
And thought
Lyndel Kennedy
01:42:27
there’s an email list for getting notifications of future webinars.
Jenny Care
01:42:31
That's terrible Suzzanne
Joan O'Donnell
01:42:31
thanks so much- this is really helpful - I have to go now
Mercy Masta
01:42:37
Good advice Gaye
Lyndel Kennedy
01:42:48
Hi Cassily, thanks for great workshops. Do you think there is a maximum number of funnels that can be successfully managed? Your examples mostly use 2-3, but I’m thinking my research will have 4-6!
Suzzanne Gray
01:43:10
Yes, the lesson is don't let your ideas go out in a bulk email to a whole school...
Gaye Wilson
01:43:33
Lyndell, that sounds like your topic is too broad...
Gaye Wilson
01:43:48
Sorry, Lyndel
Tausif Mulla
01:43:48
Just an advice to all the fellow researchers. Do yourself a favor and keep your research work in a cloud application like Google Drive, Dropbox, etc.
Yussra Rashed
01:43:49
Yes thanks for getting to that
Anne Macdonald
01:43:55
I sent a manuscript off to a journal - very small field so I had a good idea of who the reviewers were. The manuscript was ultimately rejected but a few months later the best mate of one of the reviewers published a book with exactly some of the words and concepts I had used …
Lyndel Kennedy
01:43:55
Thanks Gaye, I’ve been getting that feeling
Suzzanne Gray
01:44:13
Oh Anne that's terrible!
Maureen D'Arcy
01:44:24
Thank you so much for these webinars they have been extremely helpful
Jenny Care
01:44:31
How awful Anne...
Lyndel Kennedy
01:44:36
but we have to compete for funding, so it becomes somewhat inevitable ...
Kathryn Pettigrove
01:44:37
Yeah tendency towards secrecy and 'beating others to the punch'
Gaye Wilson
01:44:39
That's if your supervisor is any good
Gaye Wilson
01:44:45
Mine is not!
Pratiwi Pratiwi
01:44:55
Thank you, Cassily!
Rachael Brennan
01:44:55
Great session! Thank you.
Tanapond Swanpitak
01:44:55
thanks
Izzan Nur Aslam
01:44:56
Thank you very much
Lizzie Ridley
01:44:56
thank you so much Cassily it has be brilliant
he83677
01:44:57
Thank you so much - this was incredibly useful!
Anne Macdonald
01:44:58
Thanks so much - I got heaps from tonight.
Rina Rahmatika
01:44:58
Thank you!
Zhuoga Qimei
01:45:00
Thank you!!
Yussra Rashed
01:45:00
Thanks everyone
Natalie Bye
01:45:01
Thank you very much for another great session!
Dinah Kassaman
01:45:01
Thank you so much...
Danilo Jr. Rogayan
01:45:02
Insightful session!
ZAHRA VAHAJI
01:45:02
Thank you
Taana Rose
01:45:02
Thank you!
Moses Paul
01:45:04
Hi Cassily and team, thanks for the great presentation.
Suzzanne Gray
01:45:05
so helpful
Lyndel Kennedy
01:45:05
thanks so much, brilliant material and so well explained
Kathryn Pettigrove
01:45:06
Thank you! This has been fantastic
Adrienne Erwin
01:45:06
Thank you so much for these two sessions. Greatly appreciated
Joshua Then
01:45:06
Thank you!
Maria Sandoval-Guzman
01:45:07
Thank you all!
Jenny Care
01:45:07
Thanks Cassily, Mel and Nicole..very generous of you,
Frances Clements
01:45:09
thankyou
Michael Ward
01:45:09
Thanks so much
Anca Dabija
01:45:11
thank uuuuuuuuuu all
Katie Street
01:45:12
Many thanks everyone.
Susi Afriani
01:45:13
Thank you so much for your great workshop!
Andrew Ty
01:45:13
thank you!
Catherine Launder
01:45:14
Thank you!
Rebecca Leon
01:45:15
Thank you
Khim Subedi
01:45:15
Great workshop
Nandin-Erdene Bayart
01:45:17
Thank you soooooooooooo much!
Anca Dabija
01:45:18
and best of luck all
Katie Street
01:45:19
Definitely!
Heba Attash
01:45:19
Thank you for the valuble information
Lijun Summerhayes
01:45:21
thanks for the informative and useful workshops!
Catherine Launder
01:45:22
Please come back again!
Elaine Wong
01:45:22
Great sharing
Lyndel Kennedy
01:45:23
that’s a yes to more Cassily!
Mercy Masta
01:45:23
Thank you Cassily, Mel, Nicole. this has been so fruitful. Really appreciate it. Thank you everyone! Yes more Cassily!
Marie Layoun
01:45:23
yessss cassily please come back :)
azumah mamudu
01:45:24
thanks for this wonderful session
Saira Shahnawaz
01:45:25
Thank you
Amorisa Wiratri
01:45:26
thank you
Natalie Bye
01:45:27
Absolutely, please do more sessions!
Darren Brand
01:45:27
Thank you - good luck everyone!
Aida Jaffar
01:45:28
Ehank you very much Cassily and Mel and everyone. Vert informative webinar!
Solomon Bezabh
01:45:29
Thank you very much. Bye everyone
Emma Whettingsteel
01:45:29
Thankyou Cassily that was amazing, you're very patient!
Clare Whitton
01:45:34
Thank you, this has been so helpful!
Victor Deville
01:45:38
Thanks a lot!
Roz Bellamy
01:45:43
Thank you so much!
Nandin-Erdene Bayart
01:45:45
30 of June?
Jenny Care
01:45:48
Bye
Zhuoga Qimei
01:45:48
Take care!
Mercy Masta
01:45:53
Good bye everyone!
Katie Street
01:45:56
thank you fantastic
Anita Larkin
01:45:58
Thanksyou so very much