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Date and Location

November 14, 2023
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM ET
Zoom

Contact

617-384-5848
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​Digging into data analysis can be intimidating. There are key decisions to make: whether or not to use data analysis software, how to navigate the myriad of methodological and theoretical approaches, etc. There are best practices to consider: how to maintain alignment or realign your process in the context of relevant literature that informs your study. If you're new to coding data, creating a codebook, querying, visualizing, and themeing your data, or simply want to compare notes with other qualitative researchers, please join us. You will discover how specific library collections, services, and tools can help guide you on your data analysis journey.

This 1-hour workshop is part of the new Qualitative Interview Research series and complements Intro to NVivo (for Windows and Mac).

This is an online event: Please register to receive the Zoom link in advance of the workshop. Registered attendees will receive a reminder via email 1 day prior to the workshop. Registration closes 1 day prior to the event.*

*In case there is still space available after registration has closed, you may email rcrawford@fas.harvard.edu to indicate your interest. Be sure to put “LATE REGISTRATION” in the subject line. If there is space available, it is possible you may receive the zoom link in time to attend.

Speakers and Presenters

Hugh Truslow, Head of Social Sciences and Visualization, Fung Library

Ramona Crawford, Head of Academic Partnerships, Widener Library

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