Update:

We have resumed some on-campus services, including book pickup, virtual consultations, and fulfilling scanning/digitization requests. Many library materials are available online, but our buildings remain closed until further notice.

Qualitative Data Analysis (QDA) tools have the potential to assist in qualitative research at several stages in the research lifecycle. This sessions provides an overview of advantages of working with QDA software, a summary of anticipated outcomes, as well as a comparison between QDA platforms.  The session will consist of comparing outputs from NVivo, Dedoose, and Atlas.Ti.  The session will conclude with a hands-on demonstration of the free, open-source, open-access qualitative research tool, Taguette.  This session is ideal for researchers designing their research project, selecting a QDA software, as well as those looking to maximize the QDA tools they are using.

Zoom meeting information will be sent to registered participants.