PhD students and qualitative researchers save time by using Otter Voice Meeting Notes to transcribe interviews and write dissertation & thesis papers.
Here are some published studies (thesis/research) that used Otter.ai in their methodology.
- A dissertation presented to the College of Arts, Humanities, & Social Sciences of Nova Southeastern University by Lauren A. Serdencuk in July 2019
I utilized a software application on my cellular phone, Otter.ai, that transcribes conversations as the conversation is occurring. Otter.ai also categorizes words that were repeated in the interviews which immensely assisted with finding themes among the participants.
2. A thesis submitted to the faculty of Wesleyan University in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the Degree of Bachelor of Arts With Departmental Honors in Psychology by Shujianing Li in April 2019
To transcribe the audio records, I used Otter.ai, an automatic transcription application. After each interview, I re-listened to the audio record and edited it manually to correct any errors or missing segments.