This two-day workshop is designed for new and experienced researchers who have a basic foundation in qualitative methods and would like to learn how to use ATLAS.ti qualitative data analysis (QDA) software to its fullest potential. Participants will be introduced to the principles of five-level QDA for "harnessing ATLAS.ti powerfully" (Woolf & Silvers, forthcoming).
The workshop will start with a comprehensive overview of how ATLAS.ti has been designed and how it works, followed by hands-on activities designed to teach straightforward and sophisticated uses of the software. By the end of the two days, participants will be able to use ATLAS.ti powerfully by organizing, exploring, analyzing, and interrogating a variety of data types.
Registration starts at 8:30 a.m., sessions are from 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. each day.
Trena Paulus, Ph.D., is a professor of qualitative research methods in the department of lifelong education, administration, and policy. She is a certified professional trainer for ATLAS.ti and co-author of Digital Tools for Qualitative Research (Sage Publications, 2014.) Paulus has published over 50 peer-reviewed journal articles on topics related to qualitative research, computer-mediated communication, and online learning. She teaches courses and advises graduate students on qualitative research methods, digital tools for qualitative research, and language-based analysis of online data. She regularly consults and provides workshops on the use of digital tools in a variety of research contexts in the U.S. and internationally.
For more information about the workshop, please contact workshop instructor Trena Paulus
Registration Fee: $435 (includes instructional materials, parking pass, refreshment breaks, and lunch each day)
Registration Deadline: Sept. 26
Cancellation and Refund Policy: All cancellations must be submitted via email by Sept. 30 in order to receive a full refund. Cancellations after this deadline are non-refundable. If cancellation is not made by the deadline, and you are not able to attend, you or your organization are still liable for payment.