If you're a graduate student or PhD candidate, believe me, I understand the time it takes to set up all those recorded interviews for dissertation and thesis research, not to mention the time needed to analyze the data afterward. And it can take months to find the required number of interviewees and mesh each person's schedule with yours.
Using focus groups is another way to collect qualitative research and setting them up is another tough project. You have to find a time that fits everyone's schedule, including yours, record and moderate the groups, and then analyze the information.
And now the recordings have to be transcribed. All of them.
I have worked with many graduate students, PhD candidates, and researchers at universities throughout Virginia (including Liberty), transcribing recorded interviews and focus groups. In doing so, I have saved these individuals an enormous amount of time that they were then able to use for other aspects of their projects. And I can do the same for you! It's so much easier to have the transcription work off your plate so you can concentrate on everything else.
If you take a look around this site, you'll find detailed pricing information and a list of all the services I offer, as well as recommendations from some of my clients. And please contact me with any questions or to discuss your project; I'd love the opportunity to talk with you!
Lynchburg is a beautiful city and one that I've visited often, as my son graduated from Liberty University with both his master's and bachelor's degrees. Here are two photos I took at Liberty's 2013 graduation. The one on the left is Ravi Zacharias speaking at the 40th Commencement and the other is Snowflex.