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Mixed Methods Software Planning Seminar (CAQDAS) (bookings closed)
|NCRM, University of Southampton|
Christina Silver, PhD. is manager of the CAQDAS Networking Project (CNP). The CNP provides information, advice and training in a range of software packages designed to facilitate the analysis of qualitative data. She leads the training and capacity building activities of the project and had a lead role in research conducted under the National Centre for Research Methods (NCRM) funded project Qualitative Innovations in CAQDAS (QUIC). Christina’s particular interests relate to the relationship between technology and methodology and the integration and analysis of non-textual data, using software. She is also co-director of the University of Surrey’s Day Courses in Social Research programme and co-founder of Qualitative Data Analysis Services (QDAS), which provides customised consultancy services for individuals and groups engaged in qualitative and mixed-methods analysis.
High Leigh Conference Centre, Hoddeson, Hertfordshire
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Jacqui Thorp, Training & Capacity Building Administrator, University of Southampton
Seminar - 9am - 1pm
Choosing the appropriate analysis software package is an important part of planning any research project. There are a range of options available, but it is not always easy to visualise exactly what a package offers when exploring it for the first time yourself. Equally when asking someone else for their opinion, it is not always easy to know what questions you should be asking. Most of the software packages, which help the researcher to manage mixed methods projects, are excellent products in one way or several!
This seminar will help you make an informed choice between products.
The course covers:
The target audience for this course is postgraduate students, academic/government researchers, all disciplines.
Entry (no or almost no prior knowledge)
This seminar is free to attend but please register following the link below
East of England
Mixed Methods Approaches (other), Qualitative Software, Maxqda, NVivo, Computer Aided Qualitative Analysis Software (CAQDAS)
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