I am a certified ATLAS.ti trainer and made extensive use of ATLAS.ti in my PhD thesis research project.
Face-to-Face and Blended Training
I can run one or more workshops for postgraduate research students and research staff exploring how to use ATLAS.ti for literature reviews and qualitative data analysis.
What are the workshops about?
These workshops introduce you to using and working with ATLAs.ti to support you across all the stages of qualitative research and analysis, as well as considering ways of using the software to support reading, annotating, critically reviewing and synthesising research literature into your project. You will be introduced to the tools and ways of working to support data management, recording your developing ideas, keeping a research journal, annotating, coding, linking and exploring both text and multimedia data, and ways of using the powerful search, query and visualisation tools.
How do the workshops run?
The workshops run face-to-face, online via webinar or a blend of these two. They are supported through a Virtual Learning Environment including resources for ongoing support and recommendations for self-directed learning.
Resources for the session as well as signposting to ongoing support and self-directed learning are provided through my Moodle virtual learning environment identified, recommended and signposted to build on the workshops.
Bookings and quotations
Interested in running this at your institution? Please email email@example.com for a quote and bookings
Online training with ATLAS.ti
I will be running webinar training sessions with ATLAS.ti starting in March 2016. Details, booking and listing via http://atlasti.com/training/free-training/
Research Project Consultancy
I have provided consultation, training and support in ATLAS.ti on the following funded research projects:
- The dynamics of knowledge creation -2 year ESRC project starting in January 2015 focuses on the changing nature of academic work.
- Young men and pornography – an ESRC funded research project led by Dr Mark Limmer
- Cultures of Disaster Resilience Among Children and Young People – a European wide project aiming to enhance the resilience of children, young people and urban societies to disasters and enable disaster responders to meet children and young people’s needs more effectively.
Interested in online or face-to-face consultation or training for your research group? Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for a quote and bookings