Free methodological seminar

Visual Analysis using Qualitative Software is an introductory methodological seminar designed to help participants plan for the analysis of visual data - still images and video recordings. It's funded by the National Centre for Research Methods (NCRM) and discusses theoretical and methodological contexts for the analysis of visual data – e.g. Activity Theory, Grounded Theory and Qualitative Content Analysis – as well as illustrating and critiquing software tools – including ATLAS.ti, NVivo, Transana and Media Players such as Windows Media Player, Quick Time Player, imovie.

Date: Friday 16 March 2012 

Venue: University of Surrey

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A GT Trouble Shooting Seminar

A Grounded Theory (GT) Trouble Shooting Seminar will help researchers to conceptualise their data and offer you the opportunity to learn more about Grounded Theory.

Academy of Marketing, UK - Special Interest Group (SIG): Qualitative Inquiry/Methodology, Glyndwr University;
Grounded Theory Institute (GTI), Mill Valley, California, USA. 

Monday to Wednesday, 6th-8th February 2012

Catrin Finch Conference Centre, Plas Coch Mold Road, the Glyndwr University campus in Wrexham, LL11 2AW, North Wales, UK