Events

We teach on many open-registration workshops as well as arranging tailored onsite events.   

To arrange a training event please contact us.

Forthcoming open-registration events

The Corvallis ATLAS.ti Summer Workshop Series

July 10-14, Oregan State University, Corvallis, USA

Christina Silver & Nick Woolf are teaching on the Advanced sessions (July 12-14) Approaches to qualitative data analysis using ATLAS.ti, during which they will discuss the principles of their CAQDAS pedagogy - the Five-Level QDA(R) method - and illustrate its application using three project examples (an in-depth literature review, a grounded theory project and a participatory visual analysis project). 

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Recent events

Literature reviews with MAXQDA

Christina Silver ran this workshop as part of the MAXQDA International Conference in Berlin, March 2017. 

The aim was to open 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.

Digital tools in Social Science

Christina Silver presented the first seminar at the pre-opening of the Digital Social Science Lab (DSSL) at the Copenhagen University Library, April 2015 

She 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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Testimonials

We have used Christina and her colleagues to facilitate workshops on the use of NVivo with UWE researchers for over 10 years. We keep coming back because it is abundantly clear that she has extensive experience as a qualitative researcher and as a tutor in the use of software packages which our participants consistently report on as being incredibly useful. I have no qualms in recommending Christina to other researcher developers.
Dr Paul Spencer, Researcher Development Manager
Graduate School, University of the West of England