The First Corvallis ATLAS.ti Summer Workshop Series
July 10-14, 2017
The First Corvallis ATLAS.ti Summer Workshop Series took place in Corvallis, Oregon, between July 10th and 14th 2017.The Series offered a unique opportunity to engage in rich dialogue with colleagues using ATLAS.ti in their research processes, and to learn from leading figures in the field of computer-assisted qualitative data analysis. Academics, graduate students, researchers and practitioners gathered in Corvallis, Oregon, for a week of intense learning, sharing and connecting. The workshops were facilitated by Dr. Susanne Friese, author of the book 'Qualitative Data Analysis with ATLAS.ti' (Sage); Dr. Trena Paulus, co-author of the influential book "Digital Tools for Qualitative Research' (Sage); Drs. Christina Silver and Nicholas Woolf, who will be publishing this summer the book 'Qualitative Analysis with ATLAS.ti: The Five Level QDA Method' (Routledge); Mr. Paul Mihas, assistant director of the prestigous Odum Institute at the University of North Carolina Chapel Hill; and Dr. Ricardo Contreras, director of the Training division of ATLAS.ti Scientific Software Development GmbH and a consultant on qualitative methods.
This is the best post-doctoral course I have taken in the past eight years. The balance of theoretical, conceptual, and technical information was perfect. You couldn't ask for a more experienced group of instructors who know how to teach the qualitative mindset and how to reach qualitative thinkers. I will definitely be back next year! Nancy M. Lucero, PhD Research Associate Professor Butler Institute for Families University of Denver Graduate School of Social Work.
This was the best instructional conference I've ever attended! All of the instructors were able to explain not only how to use ATLAS.ti software, but how to think with it doing qualitative research. Jenny Epstein, PharmD, PhD.
I felt like I was in "Qual Nerd Heaven (Digital Version)" for a week. I would definitely recommend this summer workshop series to other colleagues that use ATLAS.ti or colleagues are considering how to use digital tools as part of the qualitative research process from beginning to end (i.e. going beyond coding). Sandra Quiñones, Duquesne University.
The workshop series was a great opportunity to learn how to take full advantage of ATLAS.ti, but also to share research experiences and questions with professionals from different backgrounds and places, that was one of the best parts of the week. Mónica P. Hernández Ospina. Graduate Student at the Geography Department. Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey.
Location: CH2M Hill Alumni Center, Oregon State University. 725 SW 26th St, Corvallis, OR 97331.