About the workshop:
Merlien Institute will be holding the 1st Asian Computer-Aided Qualitative Research workshop in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. This unique, highly interactive and cross-disciplinary event will bring together senior researchers, practitioners and students to discuss the key issues and best practices on the use of software in qualitative research.
This workshop will provide excellent opportunities for delegates to learn and network with international experts. The programme format will consist of a pre-workshop seminar, submitted (reviewed) presentations, poster presentations and an interactive panel discussion. Presentation topics will include:
>Choosing the right software for qualitative research projects
>Collaborating effectively in a web based team using design tools
>How to use qualitative software to perform participatory analysis?
>Using open-source CAQDAS tools: a qualitative research study in India
>Comparing major qualitative software tools: strength and shortcomings
>How to demonstrate and report the use of software tools in studies?
>>Exploring new techniques of analysing photos and media files using software
>Training students to use qualitative analysis software tools effectively
>Selecting appropriate software tool for different types of studies and disciplines
>How to make use of software to enhance efficiency of doing qualitative analysis
>Applying computer-assisted qualitative data analysis in grounded theory analysis
Take advantage of this unique opportunity to discuss best practices with your peers in a friendly, fun and informal networking environment. This two-day workshop includes all documentation and lunch on both days.
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