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SRA: Introduction to CAQDAS training: MAXQDA for applied research

There are many different software packages available that support the range of approaches to qualitative and mixed methods analysis. In applied contexts MAXQDA is a good choice because it is easy to learn, intuitive and streamlined. This one day course introduces the principles of Computer-Assisted Qualitative Data AnalysiS (CAQDAS) and provides comprehensive foundation level training in the workings of the software.

United Kingdom
19th June, 2015
Event City: 
London
Event State/Province: 
Greater London
Event cost: 
Paid
Event type: 
Course

This is a foundation level course run by the Social Research Association (SRA).

PARTICIPANTS MUST BRING A PC LAPTOP ON THE DAY (not a Mac).

Objectives:

By the end of the workshop, participants will:

● Have an understanding of the role of CAQDAS in the research process
● Have an overview of the main functions of MAXQDA
● Be able to reflect on the appropriateness of the software for their research needs
● Understand the processes involved in using MAXQDA in for different types of analysis
● Have experience with setting up a MAXQDA database efficiently
● Have experience of using MAXQDA to organise, code, query and interpret data
● Have a clear understanding of the longer-term potentials

Topics: 

  • Project and data management
  • safe-guarding and sharing work
  • exploring content and structure within data
  • organising data and ideas
  • interpretation and reflection
  • data querying and interrogation techniques.

Who will benefit: 

Researchers working in applied contexts that require efficient and streamlined means of handling and analysing qualitative and mixed data.

Details

Tutor: Christina Silver
Price for SRA members: £195
​Price for non-SRA members: £260
​Time: 9:30am - 4:30pm
 
Registrations for this course will not be accepted after 18 June 2015 at 6.00pm.