Program

Program June 20-22, 2018


Wednesday, June 20

Time

Sessions

8:30-9:30

Registration + coffee

9:30-10:00

Welcome

10:00-13:30


(Coffee, tea, snacks 11:30-11:45)

Workshops

  • Introduction to ATLAS.ti (Ani Munirah)

  • Einführung in ATLAS.ti (Maja Urbanczyk)

  • Different Forms of Qualitative Data Analysis Using ATLAS.ti (Susanne Friese)

Case Study Roundtable (Ricardo Contreras)

  • Sally Lana, Mapi Group, France
    Using ATLAS.ti for longitudinal healthcare research: Method and challenges

  • Charmaine Williamson & Brigitte Smit, Muckleneuk Campus, Pretoria, South Africa
    "Shuttle" Analysis: helping students to abstract through iterating between model(s) and software

  • Ali Abo Alhassan, Helwan University, Egypt
    Framing and counter-framing processes during revolutions: Analysis of discourses of power and protesters during the January revolution in Egypt using ATLAS.ti

  • Dilmeire Sant Anna Ramos Vosgerau, Pontifical Catholic University of Paraná, Brazil
    The experience of incorporating ATLAS.ti into the teaching of methodology courses in Brazil.

  • Ali Abo Alhassan, Helwan University, Egypt
    Framing and counter-framing processes during revolutions: Analysis of discourses of power and protesters during the January revolution in Egypt using ATLAS.ti

  • Gregoria Smith, Fielding Graduate University, South Carolina
    Congregational Identity Through Communicative Texts

  • Denise Pires, Federal University of Santa Catarina, Brazil
    Qualitative data analysis supported by ATLAS.ti in documentary research and literature review

13:30-14:30

Lunch

14:30-16:00

Workshops

  • Working with Focus Group Data (Neringa Kalpokaite)

  • Abductive reasoning (Susanne Friese)

  • Analyzing and Presenting Multimedia Data (Steve Wright)

Pecha Kucha Presentations

  • Barbara Class, Université de Genève, Switzerland
    Training students in qualitative research with an authentic project

  • Kenny Cheah, University of Malay, Malaysi a
    Creating a Qualitative Analyses Template for Coding in ATLAS.ti

  • Siti Bahirah Saidi, Universiti Malaysia Kelantan, Malaysia
    Willingness to communicate in English among Malaysian undergraduates: A combination of SPSS and ATLAS.ti analysis

  • Verona Leendertz, North West University, South Africa
    The multi various use of ATLAS.ti to remodel professional development of Mathematics teachers for adjustable exploration and radical transformation

  • Nur Shahida Zakaria, Universiti Malaysia Terengganu, Malaysia
    Using ATLAS.ti to analyze scientific reading of English text

User Feedback - Meet the Developers

16:00-16:30

Coffee & tea break

16:30-18:00

Keynote

Prof. Klaus Krippendorff: "Why Reliable Data Matter"

19:00-21:00

Welcome Dinner on the boat




Thursday, June 21

Time

Sessions

9:00-12:30

(Coffee, tea, snacks - 10:30-11:00)

Workshops

  • Intercoder Agreement (Susanne Friese, Klaus Krippendorff)

  • Develop the expertise you need in ATLAS.ti: The Five-Level QDA Method (Christina Silver)

  • Network Visualization Tools in ATLAS.ti: Representing Connections and Eliciting Insights (Ricardo Contreras)

  • Using ATLAS.ti for Literature and Systematic Reviews (Steve Wright)

12:30-13:30

Lunch

13:30-15:00

Pecha Kucha Presentations

  • Vanessa Wijngaarden, University of Johannesburg, South Africa
    Using ATLAS.ti to work with multiple languages and translations

  • Ajay Gupta, Vivekanand Institute of Management Studies and Research, Maharashtra, India
    Qualitative Study of Determinants Influencing Managers' Morale

  • Timothy Pittaway, Nelson Mandela University, South Africa

  • Mary Ellen Wrigth, Clemens Universtiy, North Carolina, USA
    Pathways to Safety Qualitative Study of Help-Seeking by Alleged Victims of Domestic/Interpersonal Violence
    Measuring agriculture research responsiveness in the Eastern Cape, South Africa

  • Sally Lanar, Mapi Group, France
    Using ATLAS.ti for healthcare research for pharmaceutical clients

  • Lauren Wildschut, Stellenbosch University, South Africa:
    The intersection between monitoring and evaluation (M&E) and ATLAS.ti

  • The Challenge - Random Slides Improvisation

15:00-open end

Fete de la musique




Friday, June 22

Time

Sessions

9:00 -10:00

Keynote

Dr. Anne-Katrin Luther: The Entity Mapper: Data Visualization for Qualitative Methods

10:00-10:30

Coffee & tea break

10:30-13:00

Workshops

  • Visualization with the Entity Mapper (Anne-Katrin Luther)

  • How to Publish Your Research Faster With ATLAS.ti (Neringa Kalpokaite & Ivana Radivojevic)

  • Collaborative Analysis Using ATLAS.ti (Susanne Friese)

  • Staying Close to The Data: A Dialogic Model of Data Analysis (Ricardo Contreras)

13:00-14:00

Lunch

14:00-17:15


(Coffee, tea, snacks - 15:30-15:45, foyer)

Workshops

  • Further Analysis After Coding: Working with The Query Tool & Co. (Susanne Friese)

  • Integrating Geodata In A Qualitative Analysis Project (Luis Alfredo Loaiza and Ricardo Contreras)

  • Strategies for successfully teaching ATLAS.ti (Neringa Kalpokaite & Ivana Radivojevic)

17:30-18:00

Sneak Peek

18:00-20:00

Good bye drink & snacks