Project Toolkit – Data – Qualitative Data A. 8 Tips for Qualitative InquiryThis one-page tip sheet guides the reader through a qualitative inquiry from beginning to end. B. Considerations When Conducting Qualitative ResearchThis document summarizes considerations when conducting qualitative research. C. Qualitative Approaches & Types of Qualitative Data CollectionThis document includes two lists, qualitative approaches and types of qualitative data collection. D. Qualitative Data Sources Available at the District & School LevelsThis document includes a list of qualitative data sources available at the district and school levels for practitioners to use to inform their practice. E. How to Conduct a Case StudyThis document outlines tips on how to conduct a case study, cautions to consider, and links for further information. F. How To Conduct a Focus GroupThis document outlines tips on how to conduct a focus group, cautions to consider, and links for further information. F. Choosing A Good ChartUse this chart as a reflection tool to support the process of choosing a chart that is appropriate for your purpose and data. G. How to Conduct an InterviewThis document outlines tips on how to conduct an interview, cautions to consider, and links for further information. H. Conducting Interviews with YouthAn overview of the planning process and tips to consider when conducting interviews with youth. I. Getting Creative With the Data You Collect & Use for EvaluationsAn overview of two participatory evaluation methods used to evaluate youth programs and services, photovoice and journal writing. J. How to Conduct Digital Qualitative MethodsAn overview of different kinds of digital qualitative methods including virtual focus groups, collecting data through mobile devices, etc. K. Analysing Qualitative ResearchThis document provides tips and strategies for analysing qualitative data as well as links for further information. L. Common Desktop Software for Qualitative Data AnalysisStep-by-step instructions on how to use Excel pivot tables to create datasets and analyse results. M. Qualitative Evaluation ChecklistA checklist to help guide you in determining when qualitative methods are appropriate for an inquiry and what specific factors to consider. N. The Most Significant Change (MSC) TechniqueThe most significant change (MSC) technique is a form of participatory monitoring and evaluation. This website describes when and how to use the technique as well as tips and additional related resources. O. Workshop Summary: Qualitative Data in an Evidence‐Based Environment (TVDSB)An overview of a workshop on qualitative data. This document includes copies of the presentations given as well as useful resources on qualitative data. Right-click “Save Target As” or “Save Link As” to download files.