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Getting to grips with AtlasTi for interpretive research

The programme structure as follows; DAY 1 THURSDAY 20 APRIL. Rm Q201 - Quinn Building, Belfield Campus. ** Module 1. with basic demonstrations taking place for first ~1.5 hours for unrestricted numbers (NOT HANDS-ON). ** Module 2. the rest of the day geared for serious ‘users’ (15 max) about to ‘use’ TOTALLY HANDS-ON. Serious users attending Module 2 must have attended Module 1. DAY 2 FRIDAY 21 APRIL. Rm Q233 - Quinn Building, Belfield Campus. ** TOTALLY HANDS-ON Master class: Focus on Team or Project specific qualitative field work. Again, for serious users (15 max). This module requires individual and group preparation prior to commencement. You will need to provide qualitative field data from your own research (e.g. primary, secondary or tertiary sources). You will use Atlas.ti actively on your own data. This session prepares you to work on your specific project and will include team logistics involved in using Atlas.ti as shared qualitative analysis tool. AFTERNOON OF DAY 2. Research Seminar: We may also arrange for a ~1+ hr research seminar hosted by BRP (in NuDIMS format) on Friday afternoon, subject to interest and agreement.

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Apr 20, 2006 09:30 AM to
Apr 21, 2006 04:30 PM

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Quinn School of Business, UCD, Belfield. Room Q201 day 1, Q233 day 2

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