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Need help with transcription services? We have compiled a list of known transcribers who have offered to have their services displayed on this page. Please contact the transcribers directly to discuss project details. 


Lynne Piil
Lynn is an experienced and dependable transcriber with over 15 years. Originally started out transcribing for film and television, she has expanded into working with researchers in marketing and transcribing interviews for PhD students at many universities. She has transcribed for health related projects for Sunnybrook, Mt Sinai and Sick Children's Hospital in Toronto. Lynn has a solid reputation of being skilled, accurate and able to meet tight deadlines. Please feel free to get in touch if you have any questions at or 416.266.8582

Stacy Maskell
Stacy Maskell is the Owner/Operator of Stacy Maskell: Professional Administrative Services, a professional transcription and document development and design company. She has over 9 years experience with academic transcription, specifically but not limited to, research. This includes 1-to-1 interviews, focus groups, telephone interviews, and in-person interviews. She also has 20 plus years of administrative experience. Stacy is reputed to be professional, efficient, and produces accurate work in a timely manner. For more information you can reach Stacy at: 902.549.0877 or

Document Nation
"In an ongoing collaboration in several projects, Document Nation has efficiently transcribed over 1000 minutes of audios and has edited research articles for me. I am very happy with their precise verbatim transcriptions, meticulous editing services, punctuality, and their respect for ethics and confidentiality. I will continue working with them and highly recommend their services." 

Aryan Karimi, PhD Candidate, at Department of Sociology, University of Alberta

Document Nation Contact Info:, 587.338.9168

Qualitative Research Courses 

NURS 513 - Qualitative Research (Fall 2017 / Winter 2018)

Course Description:
The focus of this course is on qualitative research approaches and includes an introduction to the philosophical foundations of qualitative methods. Emphasis is placed on the selection of appropriate methods to answer research questions; on data collection, analysis and interpretation of results; and on the appraisal of qualitative research literature. Attention is also given to knowledge synthesis, mixed methods, ethics in research, and knowledge translation in advanced nursing practice.

Please note: All Nursing courses are restricted to students in the Faculty of Nursing. Other students require consent of the Faculty of Nursing.

SOC 518 - Qualitative Methods in Social Research (Fall 2017 / Winter 2018)

Please note: This course is restricted to Sociology Graduate students. Other Graduates students require consent of instructor.