It’s a new year, with lots of digitally-good fun in store! Here are some updates:
Tomorrow I’m heading to The Qualitative Report conference in Fort Lauderdale, where I’ll meet up with Kristi Jackson and we will present on The Future of QDAS: Moving beyond Outside Critiques to a Thoughtful Research Agenda. Hope to see some of you there!
I will be presenting on Digital Tools for Qualitative Research as part of the International Institute for Qualitative Methodology Master Class Webinar Series on February 11th at 1 pm Mountain Standard Time. You can register here.
The University of Georgia’s College of Education Office of Outreach and Engagement is hosting a two-day ATLAS.ti Qualitative Data Analysis workshop on March 25-26, 2016 in Athens, GA which I will be teaching. You can sign up here.
We are currently working on the Digital Tools Special Interest Group presentation series at ICQI in May. If you’d like to submit a proposal, the deadline has been extended til Friday January 15.
Registration is open for the Qualitative Research Summer Intensive in Chapel Hill, NC in July, where I’ll be presenting on Digital Tools and also on Analyzing Online Conversations.
Finally, Judy Davidson, Kristi Jackson and I have a new article out in Qualitative Inquiry, Speculating on the Future of Digital Tools for Qualitative Research. Check it out!
well done Trena on all these workshops – hope to see you at least at one of them – best for 2016 – brigitte