Free workshops: HyperRESEARCH

To learn more about HyperRESEARCH, a tool for qualitative analysis, see these upcoming workshops in April. Introductory webinar on qualitative research with HyperRESEARCH. Wed, Apr 12th, at 12:00PM ET, 9:00AM PT Covering: data preparation; structuring a Study for a variety of methodologies; organizing coding & source documents using our flexible Case model; and filtering & … Continue reading Free workshops: HyperRESEARCH

QSR International: Upcoming workshops

QRS International is facilitating a number of free workshops. Click on the link to register. Situational Analysis Extending Grounded Theory October 25, 2022 - 12 PM EDT | 5 PM BST Presented by:Adele E. Clarke University of California, San Francisco and Rachel Washburn Loyola Marymount University   Situational analysis is an extension of grounded theory for … Continue reading QSR International: Upcoming workshops

Virtual conference: MAXQDA

The creators of MAXQDA are hosting a free virtual conference MAXDAYS22 taking place on 23rd and 24th of March. Follow this link to register: In more than 30 spotlight sessions, MAXDAYS will offer you the opportunity to learn more about the most important features of MAXQDA for your qualitative and mixed methods research and … Continue reading Virtual conference: MAXQDA

Analyzing qualitative data

The NVIVO community is partnering with SAGE MethodSpace on this free webinar series showcasing the researchers in the book, Analyzing and Interpreting Qualitative Research: After the Interview edited by Charles F. Vanover, Paul A. Mihas, and Johnny Saldaña, SAGE Publications, 2021. These webinars are designed to help novice and experienced researchers with pragmatic ‘how-to’ strategies for all … Continue reading Analyzing qualitative data

Exploring phenomenology

Much qualitative research is based on fundamental assumptions of phenomenology, even though this may not be acknowledged by researchers. Unfortunately, novice researchers sometimes assume that this means that any research study that examines human experience is “phenomenology.” Not so. There are many forms of phenomenological inquiry inspired by different philosophical strands of thought. Melissa Freeman’s … Continue reading Exploring phenomenology

Tips on getting started with analyzing qualitative data

Analyzing qualitative data for the first time can entail a good deal of confusion among novice researchers. Mystification about how to being analyzing data can be heightened when reading published presentations of research in which descriptions of what authors actually did with their data in order to produce “findings” are both limited and opaque. One … Continue reading Tips on getting started with analyzing qualitative data