Having looked over the data this morning, it feels like I should begin by offering background on the course itself. This could include information drawn from official course materials (including website), with references obviously. This could be followed - within the same first section - by a discussion of the ways in the course is multimodal. This could be drawn from a combination of the course documentation as well as information drawn from the data. This could include (not necessarily in this order):
Having provided some context I would them have different sections based around particular themes. These might be shaped around the research questions or emergent themes. Or a combination of both. In fact, it might be that emergent themes address more than one topic therefore perhaps I focus on the emergent themes and consider them in relation to the literature particularly.
Whilst I remember, one of these sections will focus on the invitation for tutors to reflect on two examples. Something like: 'As part of the interview, participants were invited to reflect on two multimodal artefacts that had been submitted for assessment within the E-Learning and Digital Cultures course. Participants were sent a link to each of the assignments, both of which were hosted on the gallery of submitted assignments for that course. The first artefact....description'
I would then go on to discuss how the different emergent themes help to address the different research questions.
This is one to run past Sian.