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Presenters: Neringa Kalpokas, Ivana Radivojevic
ATLAS.ti Scientific Software Development GmbH, DE

ATLAS.ti is a powerful computer-assisted qualitative data analysis software (CAQDAS) that facilitates the analysis of unstructured and semi-structured data in any discipline. This workshop will present a global overview of ATLAS.ti Windows/Mac and Web, including the fundamental procedures related to creating a project, segmenting the data, coding, analysis, and obtaining results. The objective of this session is to provide a practical introduction of ATLAS.ti so that participants will know how to use the software in their own research projects, across any discipline and qualitative methodology…

[In-Person Workshop | January 26th – Session 7C]


Timberlake Gold Sponsor WCQR2023

Presenters: Luís Manuel da Silva Martins
Nvivo Certified Trainer

This workshop aims to provide a practical experience for participants interested in discovering new ways of analyzing qualitative data using the software NVivo. The workshop will provide an introduction to the software’s features and capabilities, with a focus on hands-on learning through various activities and discussions…

[Online Workshop | January 26th – Session 7D]


Presenter: Dr. Stuart Shulman
Texifter, LLC, USA

DiscoverText is multilingual-capable platform designed for collecting, cleaning up, and categorizing text data. It is free for academics. This highly interactive workshop teaches participants how to use DiscoverText to build custom machine classifiers for sifting Twitter data, free text, emails, survey responses, RSS feeds, or any other digitized text and metadata. (…) By the end of this workshop, participants will be able to present valid, legal, defensible Twitter research based on qualitative, quantitative, mixed, and machine-learning methods without having to learn software coding, Python, or R…

[In-Person Workshop | January 26th – Session 7B]


Humans and Machines Learning Together from Stuart Shulman on Vimeo.

Presenter: Robert Meckin
School of Social Sciences, University of Manchester, UK
National Centre for Research Methods (NCRM), Southampton, Manchester & Edinburgh, UK

Methodological uncertainties in qualitative research have changed in the wake in of recent pandemics, wars and political shifts. Social and physical restrictions surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic meant researchers changed methods by moving data generation online, changing foci, or pausing or stopping projects, all of which affect qualitative research in different ways partly depending on the stage a project is in. Methodological uncertainties include, among others, epistemological, ontological, affective, spatio-temporal and relational dimensions. The workshop draws on three phases of a research project called: Changing Research Practices: Methodological adaptations to the COVID-19 pandemic. The workshop is aimed at introducing different perspectives on uncertainty and articulating concepts and ideas with the experiences and projects of workshop participants… 

[In-Person Workshop | | January 26th – Session 7A]


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