This workshop will provide both a conceptual background and practical experience in computer assisted qualitative data analysis (CAQDA) using ATLAS.ti. The workshop begins by examining core elements of CAQDA, regardless of methodological orientation, discipline/profession, or platform. After instruction in the fundamental aspects of CAQDA, the course turns to the logic of the ATLAS.ti program, and how it can function as a tool for CAQDA. The workshop consists of both instruction and hands-on exercises in ATLAS.ti. By the end of the course, participants will have all the conceptual and practical tools necessary to employ ATLAS.ti in their current or future projects involving qualitative data. The workshop will be limited to 15 participants so that everyone receives individual attention.
Corey M. Abramson is Assistant Professor of Sociology at the University of Arizona. He received his Ph.D. in sociology from UC Berkeley in 2012 and spent the following year as a post-doctoral fellow at the Philip R. Lee Institute for Health Policy Studies at the University of California, San Francisco. Professor Abramson has over a decade-and-a-half of experience using, teaching, and developing methods of Computer Assisted Qualitative Data Analysis (CAQDA). Abramson has used ATLAS.ti in his own qualitative and mixed-methods projects including his book with Harvard University Press, and recent methodological pieces in Sociological Methodology, Ethnography, and Health Affairs.
The cost to attend the two-day course is $400 for UC Berkeley students, $450 for other students, $550 for those in the academic/non-profit sector, and $700 for all other participants. Register by November 9 to save $50.
Register here. Space is limited, so please register early. You may cancel your registration up to one month in advance for a refund, less a $20 cancellation fee. Beginning November 9, you may cancel but will only receive a refund if we are able to fill your slot.
Basic knowledge of Windows and a personal computer with ATLAS.ti for Windows version 8 installed (demo or full version). All students should bring a laptop with the Windows version of ATLAS.ti installed. You can purchase ATLAS.ti here. We will use the PC version for all demonstrations, and you might not be able to follow along on a Mac unless you install the Windows version of the software using parallels or VMware or make other arrangements prior to the workshop, as the Mac version of ATLAS.ti has a different interface. One of the 15 participants will win a single-user educational license and all participants will receive a 20% discount for anyone interested in purchasing a license.
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The Atlas.ti training is sponsored by the Center for Ethnographic Research (CER), based at the Institute for the Study of Societal Issues, UC Berkeley. CER’s mission is to promote and support interdisciplinary research on social issues using participant-observation and allied techniques. CER is international in its focus and encourages, supports, and facilitates research on a wide variety of topics that include, but are not limited to, inequality, poverty, race and ethnic relations, crime and violence, economic development, housing, health, and politics throughout the world.
The workshop is co-sponsored by ATLAS.ti GmbH.
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