We teach on many open-registration workshops as well as arranging tailored onsite events.
Forthcoming open-registration events
Christina Silver & Nick Woolf are teaching on the Advanced sessions (July 12-14) Approaches to qualitative data analysis using ATLAS.ti, during which they will discuss the principles of their CAQDAS pedagogy - the Five-Level QDA(R) method - and illustrate its application using three project examples (an in-depth literature review, a grounded theory project and a participatory visual analysis project).
Christina Silver ran this workshop as part of the MAXQDA International Conference in Berlin, March 2017.
The aim was to open up thinking about the potential role of MAXQDA in conducting literature reviews and linking up with primary (and/or secondary) data to result in a more comprehensive and rounded research project.
Christina Silver presented the first seminar at the pre-opening of the Digital Social Science Lab (DSSL) at the Copenhagen University Library, April 2015
She focused on the principles of using CAQDAS packages in social science research and discussed the role of software, key considerations in making an informed choice between products, planning for software use and demonstrated some research projects in different CAQDAS packages.
Thank you for a fantastic session. It is one of the best software training sessions I have had the pleasure of attending. It was a lovely interplay of method with technique while keeping the focus and making progress with the software.Robert Galavan, Professor of Strategic Management
School of Business, National University of Ireland Maynooth