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iMean6 • Interaction and Meaning • 15–17 April 2019 • Wellington NZ

TO BE HOSTED BY THE SCHOOL OF LINGUISTICS AND APPLIED LANGUAGE STUDIES

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MAXQDA Workshop

Held at Victoria University of Wellington, Pipitea Campus

Thank you to MAXQDA for partnering with iMean6 to make this workshop possible.

Date: Tuesday 16th April 2019

Time: 3.30pm - 5.30pm

Cost: No charge

How to register: You can secure your spot when you register online, if you have already registered email [email protected] or call 64 4 282 1702.

This workshop is also open to students and staff of Victoria University of Wellington, if you are not attending the conference and would like to attend the workshop please register using the button below.

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"As a software company that was built from applied research experience, small conferences that give researchers plenty of room for intensive discussion and networking have always been close to our hearts. We are therefore delighted to contribute to the success of iMEan6 this year and to give those of you who are interested in data analysis tools the opportunity to gain a thorough insight into our software. We wish you an inspiring and successful conference!"

Workshop Overview

 3.30pm - 4.30pm

MAXQDA is a powerful qualitative data analysis software program used by researchers in education, governments, NGOs and the commercial sector worldwide. In this workshop, we will introduce you to the key MAXQDA functions and how it can be used to analyse qualitative data. In the 1st hour of the workshop we will cover off the following:

  1. What is MAXQDA?
  2. MAXQDA Key Features
    1. The MAXQDA user interface
    2. Supported data types
    3. The Coding Process (incl. MAXDictio)
    4. Mixed Methods Analysis
    5. Creative Coding
    6. Teamwork
    7. Visualisations

 

4.30pm - 5.30pm

In the second hour of the workshop participants will have the opportunity to explore MAXQDA in greater detail through an interactive question and answer session. This is an opportunity to ask specific questions about MAXQDA and identify if it’s the right tool for your next analysis project.

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