Venue: TerraCasa Business Centre

Location: Amsterdam, Netherlands

Event Date/Time: Jun 10, 2008 End Date/Time: Jun 11, 2008
Registration Date: May 01, 2008
Early Registration Date: Mar 01, 2008
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For the 1st International edition of the Computer-Aided Qualitative Research Seminar 2008 to be held on the 10 & 11 June 2008 in Amsterdam.

This unique, cross-disciplinary seminar will bring together researchers, practitioners and PhD students to discuss the key issues concerning the use of QDA software and how to integrate them successfully into research methodologies. This seminar will assist participants in developing a deeper understanding of the use of QDA software tools, raising conceptual awareness as well as creating a continuing supportive research network.

This seminar gives you the opportunity to present your research work as well as hearing international experts discuss on innovative ways of conducting qualitative data using QDA software tools. Join your colleagues for this 2-day seminar to hear international experts speak on:
>Enhancing the efficiency of textual analysis using QDA software
>Developing a successful strategy for analysing multimedia materials
>Analysing qualitative data differently using QDA software
>Implementing research strategies for testing hypotheses using software tools
>Meeting the challenges of teaching computer-aided qualitative research
>Coding data efficiently with multiple researchers in QDA software

Our confirmed speakers include:
Raewyn Bassett - Professor of Sociology, School of Occupational Therapy - DALHOUSIE UNIVERSITY
Gerben Moerman - Lecturer, Qualitative Methodology - UNIVERSITY OF AMSTERDAM
Brit Helle Aarskog - Researcher, Department of Language, Culture and Information technology - UNIVERSITY OF BERGEN
David Gerber - Researcher, Department of Sociology - UNIVERSITY OF GENEVA
Brigitte Smit - Associate Professor, Faculty of Education - UNIVERSITY OF JOHANNESBURG
Susanne Friese - Lecturer, Institute of Sociology and Social Psychology - UNIVERSITY OF HANNOVER
Stuart W. Shulman - Associate Professor & Director of Sara Fine Institute - UNIVERSITY OF PITTSBURGH (US)
Alberto Crescentini - Professor, Educational Search Methodology - UNIVERSITY OF TEACHER EDUCATION IN LOCARNO

Take advantage of this unique opportunity to discuss best practices with your peers in an exclusive networking environment. This two-day seminar includes all documentation and lunches on both days. To secure your seat, please register online at before 1st March and benefit from an early-bird registration discount.

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