CAQDAS 2014 Conference

Past, Present & Future: 25 Years of CAQDAS

 
When?
Thursday 1 May 2014 to Saturday 3 May 2014
Where?
Horsely Park, Surrey, England
Open to:
Public, Staff, Students
Admission information:
This event has passed.

In 1989 the Department of Sociology at the University of Surrey convened the world's first conference on qualitative software, which brought together qualitative methodologists and software developers who debated the pros and cons of the use of technology for qualitative data analysis. The result was a book (Fielding & Lee (1991) Using Computers in Qualitative Research, Sage Publications), the setting-up of the CAQDAS Networking Project and many other conferences concerning the topics over the years. 

This conference was another opportunity for methodologists, developers and researchers to come together and debate the issues including papers by leading experts in the field, software showcases and methodological discussions.

Here you can find information about the conference including the slides used by presenters. 

Keynote Speakers:

Dr Grant Blank Oxford Internet Institute, University of Oxford, UK

Professor Nigel Fielding CAQDAS Networking Project, University of Surrey, UK
"CAQDAS and our Digital Futures"

Professor Simon Lindgren Department of Sociology, Umea University, Sweden

Professor Clive Seale Department of Sociology, Brunel University, UK

Kandy Woodfield, Director of Learning, NatCen Social Research, UK
"From Graph Paper to Software"

 

Slides from selected paper presentations

Download the slides used by presenters who have consented to make their materials available

César A. Cisneros Puebla, UAM Iztapalapa. México, What is the visualization looking for? Some reflections in qualitative software tools' evolution

César A. Cisneros Puebla, UAM Iztapalapa. México, Crime Incidence and Video Surveillance: Analyzing Big Data using QDA Miner + WordStat

Silvana di Gregorio, QSR International, UK Mobile Methods: Evernote and NVvio 10 data collection and analysis on the move

Silvana di Gregorio, QSR International, UK Time for a new pedagogic approach to teaching CAQDAS

Anna Kordasiewicz and Karol Haratyk, University of Warsaw, Poland Theory - practice gap in CAQDAS users’ experience in Poland

Zsuzsa Kalo & Jozef Racz, Eötvös University, Hungary Systematic conceptual metaphor analysis with Atlas.ti,

Udo Kuckartz, Phillips Univiersity, Marburg, Germany Mixing Thematic Qualitative Analysis and Content Analysis

Eli Lieber, SocioCultural Research Consultants, LLC The EFI and Dedoose: Methods for Capturing Complex Ethnographic and Mixed Methods Data and Tools for their Integration and Analysis

Trena Paulus & Ann Bennett, University of Tennessee, USA CAQDAS for instructor-student collaboration in graduate level methods courses

Normand Peladeau, Provalis Research, Canada Text mining tools for qualitative researchers:  a curse or a boon?

Normand Peladeau, Provalis Research, Canada & Sameer Saab, eXplorance Application of qualitative and quantitative content analysis to course evaluations: Technical challenges and opportunities

Carol Rivas, Queen Mary University of London, UK Orthodoxy, implementation practicalities and the use of CAQDAS in the dissemination of findings

Stuart Shulman, Textifter LLC Measuring Reliability and Validity in Human Coding and Machine Classification

Ahmet Suerdem, London School of Economics, UK Bridging CAQDAS with text mining: Text analyst’s toolbox for Big Data: Science in the Media Project

Clare Tagg, Taggoram Partnership, Beyond Coding

Urszula Wolski, Royal Holloway, University of London, The Origins of CAQDAS

David Woods, Wisconsin Centre for Education Research, University of Wisconsin, US, I can do that? Innovations in the qualitative analysis of video using Transana

David Woods, University of Wisconsin, USA & Paul Dempster The Newcastle Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust Analyzing the Non-Verbal: Techniques for Bringing a Visual Layer into Qualitative Analysis,

Megan Woods et al, University of Tasmania  CAQDAS past, present and future: A comparison of reporting practices in the use of ATLAS.ti and NVivo

Date:
Thursday 1 May 2014
Time:

to Saturday 3 May 2014


Where?
Horsely Park, Surrey, England
Open to:
Public, Staff, Students
Admission information:
This event has passed.

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