Sarah is a qualified teacher who completed her Masters in Education (M.Ed) at Edith Cowan University. She is now a PhD candidate and has used NVivo in both her M.Ed and PhD.
Currently she works for the Graduate Research School where she runs workshops in NVivo, conducting interviews and focus groups, and writing. She also provides one to one assistance to students and staff for a range of issues related to research.
Dr Maureen O'Neill
Maureen is a qualified teacher P-12 who has taught in different school types throughout Australia. After completing her PhD in Specialist Education at the University of the Sunshine Coast she went on to write ‘The NVivo Toolkit’ in association with QSR International.
Currently, she researches and supervisors HDR students while also tutoring for the Australian Catholic University in CORE Curriculum. Her role also involves running workshops and consultations for HDRs and supervisors on a range of issues surrounding qualitative data analysis.
Bernadette is a social scientist who comes from a background of computer science and business. She has been a programmer and worked in many areas of business insurance and banking as well as the university sector. With over 25 years of Information Technology experience in many areas including IT project management, client liaison, helpdesk and networking there is not much in software that she has not experienced. After completing her Masters in Social Science she discovered a love for the people side of IT, supporting researchers in qualitative methods tools and techniques. Bernadette is also great at mapping and believes everything happens somewhere and that somewhere is important.
Currently, she researches and teaches qualitative methods to researchers and HDR students while also working for Queensland University of Technology. Her role also involves running workshops and consultations for HDRs and supervisors on a range of issues surrounding qualitative data analysis.