EVENTS 

Upcoming workshops and events 

MAY

26

Analysing Interview and Focus-Group data using NVivo

Analysing Interview and Focus-Group data using NVivo (sold out)

Develop your skills in analysing interview and focus-group transcripts using NVivo

Online workshop, Thur 26th May @ 09:30 BST

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JUN

10

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Thematic Analysis using MAXQDA

Power up your thematic analysis by learning how to harness MAXQDA tools for rigorous and reflexive tasks throughout your analysis

Online workshop, Fri 10th June @ 09:30 BST

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JUL

11-12

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Undertaking Evidence Reviews using MAXQDA

Integrate effectively bibliographic software and MAXQDA to structure and systemise your evidence reviews

Online workshop, 11th July and 12 July @ 13:30-17:00 BST

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JUL

15

Analysing Interview and Focus-Group data using NVivo

Analysing Interview and Focus-Group data using NVivo

Develop your skills in analysing interview and focus-group transcripts using NVivo

Online workshop, Fri 15th July @ 09:30 BST

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SEP

20

Analysing Interview and Focus-Group data using NVivo

Analysing Interview and Focus-Group data using NVivo

Develop your skills in analysing interview and focus-group transcripts using NVivo

Online workshop, Tues 20th Sept @ 09:30 BST

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SEP

30

Principles and Practices of Qualitative Data Analysis

Principles and Practices of Qualitative Data Analysis

Get to grips with the activities involved in doing qualitative data analysis in this workshop framed around the research cycle

Online workshop, Fri 30th Sept @ 09:30 BST

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OCT 14

Reviewing literature & analysing documents with NVivo

Reviewing literature & analysing documents with NVivo

Learn how to review literature and analyse documents efficiently and systematically with NVivo

Online workshop, Fri 14th Oct @ 09:30 BST

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NOV 

04

Analysing Interview and Focus-Group data using NVivo

Analysing Interview and Focus-Group data using NVivo

Develop your skills in analysing interview and focus-group transcripts using NVivo

Online workshop, Fri 4th Nov @ 09:30 GMT

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NOV 

11

Principles & Practices of Quantitative Data Analysis

Principles & Practices of Quantitative Data Analysis

Get to grips with the principles and activities involved in doing quantitative data analysis in this workshop

Online workshop, Fri 11th Nov @ 09:30 GMT

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DEC 02

Principles and Practices of Qualitative Data Analysis

Principles and Practices of Qualitative Data Analysis

Get to grips with the activities involved in doing qualitative data analysis in this workshop framed around the research cycle

Online workshop, Fri 2nd Dec @ 09:30 GMT

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DEC 09

Reviewing literature & analysing documents with NVivo

Reviewing literature & analysing documents with NVivo

Learn how to review literature and analyse documents efficiently and systematically with NVivo

Online workshop, Fri 9th Dec @ 09:30 GMT

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Previous events, webinars and other contributions 

FEB

2021

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Part of series of lunch and learn online webinars with Provalis Research, he development and implementation of an analysis of international survey data into changing habits during the COVID-19 pandemic using WordStat and QDA Miner.

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SEP

2020

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Part of series of the QSR NVivo virtual conference, Qualitative Research in a Changing World, this workshop provided critical reflections on the ‘new normal’: Synchronous teaching of CAQDAS-packages online during COVID-19

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FEB

2020

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The AAPPOR webinar outlines the broad analytic activities dedicated CAQDAS packages are designed to facilitate, provide recommendations for making informed choices between products and illustrate how their creative use can foster high quality analysis, focusing on aspects relating to access, validation and transparency   

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FEB

2020

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Workshop presentation at the MAXQDA International Conference, Berlin, unpacking what expert MAXQDA users unconsciously do when they translate their analytic strategies into MAXQDA tools, regardless of their methodology.

OCT

2018

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Workshop presentation at the 3rd World Conference on Qualitative Research (WCQR), Lisbon, describing the genesis and principles of the Five-Level QDA method and how to master the art of harnessing the software in the service of your analytic needs.  

JUL

2018

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Workshop presentation at the NCRM Methods Festival, University of Bath describing the genesis and principles of the Five-Level QDA method and illustrating its application in different methodological and teaching contexts using three leading CAQDAS packages - ATLAS.ti, MAXQDA and NVivo.

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JUN

2018

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Workshop presentation at the ATLAS.ti User Conference focussing on using the Five-Level QDA® method for harnessing ATLAS.ti's tools for your analytic needs. 

MAR

2018

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Workshop as part of the 2018 MAXQDA International Conference providing an introduction to the Five-Level QDA® method, focussing on MAXQDA, which included an overview of Translating analytic strategies into software tactics

SEP

2017

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Webinar published as part of the IIQM ATLAS.ti webinar series focussing on the principles of Five-LevelQDA, including the difference between strategies and tactics and the process of translation and then illustrating the process using examples from a variety of research projects.

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JUL

2017

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Christina Silver & Nick Woolf taught on the advanced sessions on different approaches to qualitative data analysis using ATLAS.ti, during which they discussed the principles of their CAQDAS pedagogy - the Five-Level QDA(R) method - and illustrated its application using three project examples (an in-depth literature review, a grounded theory project and a participatory visual analysis project). 

MAR

2017

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Presentation at the MAXQDA International Conference in Berlin, aimed at opening 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.

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JUL

2016

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Presentation at the International Symposium on Qualitative Research (ISQR2016), Porto, Portugal, discussing the current state of Computer-Assisted Qualitative Data Analysis (CAQDAS) and the critical issues researchers now face for the future of qualitative data analysis in an increasingly digital world.

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APR

2015

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Presentation at the opening of the Digital Social Science Lab at the University of Copenhagen, where Christina 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

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