INSIDE ATLAS.ti September 2017


Jörg Hecker
Director of Business Operations ATLAS.ti

Welcome back to Inside ATLAS.ti. After our summer break, we update you on some of the training activities and special programs of our worldwide network of ATLAS.ti teams. Centered in this issue: Latin America and the USA. Moreover, we share with you a profile of Dr. Angela Frusciante from Knowledge Design to Change. Also, you will find in this issue of Inside ATLAS.ti the calendar of training for the next few months.

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News


A New Workshop at the Pontificia Universidade Católica do Paraná, Brazil



Our esteemed colleague and partner Professor Dilmeire Sant'Anna Ramos Vosgerau, from the Pontificia Universidade Católica do Paraná (PUCPR), Curitiba, Brazil, taught her second ATLAS.ti workshop at the end of July. Twenty-one student from different graduate programs and universities in Brazil attended this valuable training opportunity.



ATLAS.ti raffled a free ATLAS.ti license at the event, which was won by Raquel de Abreu Fochesato. Raquel is a Master's student in the Postgraduate Education Program in Science and Mathematics at the Federal University of Paraná (UFPR). Her research is on teaching science in early childhood education. Congratulations to Raquel and best wishes in your research!



Webinar Series in Qualitative Methodology in Spanish and Portuguese

In partnership with a number of organizations, including the International Institute for Qualitative Methodology, the Iberoamerican Network of Anthropologists, Investigación Cualitativa-Chile and New York State University Potsdam, we have created this year a new webinar series in qualitative methodology with presentations in Spanish and Portuguese. In September Drs. Eliana Gallardo-Echenique, from Perú, will talk about thematic analysis with ATLAS.ti, and Dr. Leonardo F. Nascimento from Brazil will present his research on web scrapping on a study of Uber Brazil. The full calendar for the year can be found here.



The First ATLAS.ti Summer Workshop Series Took Place this Summer in Corvallis, Oregon, United States

The week of July 10th was a busy time for the United States/Canada regional office of ATLAS.ti. That week, we brought together a special group of instructors to teach a series of courses to graduate students, professors, and researchers from all around the United States, Canada and the Virgin Islands. They came to Corvallis motivated by a desire to meet other researchers, establish connections, and learn from renowned experts.

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Winners of the ATLAS.ti in the Classroom Award



We are happy to announce the award winners of this year's final ATLAS.ti in the Classroom Award:

1. Dr.Ali Mohamed Hassan Aboalhassan, Department of Sociology, Faculty of Arts, Helwan University, Cairo, Egypt

2. Dr. Anna Olsen, Qualitative Research Analysis Course at the National Center for Epidemiology and Population Health, The Australian National University, Canberra, Australia

3. Dr. John Ridings, Research Methods Course, Institute for Clinical Social Work, Chicago, Illinois, USA



The ATLAS.ti Classroom Award program supports professors who adopt ATLAS.ti in their university courses. The award is given three times a year with awardees receiving a free full license for professors and free six-month licenses for students. As part of the application process, professors need to submit a plan on how they will use ATLAS.ti in class and they must commit to submitting at the end of the semester a short report, including photographs, describing how the software was used and the results of the process.

For more information, please visit the program registration form .



Latest Book Publication on Qualitative Analysis Using ATLAS.ti



"Strategies are not the same as tactics. This core understanding of how things get done is at the root of the Five-Level QDA method. This is a method for working with ATLAS.ti that describes how expert users take best advantage of this powerful software. The purpose of the book is to unpack the unconscious processes that experts adopt so that they can be learned quickly and used by anyone." Nicholas H. Woolf and Christina Silver, authors of the book Qualitative Analysis Using ATLAS.ti: The Five-Level QDA® method published by Routledge, 2017.

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Case Study



In this issue of Inside ATLAS.ti we interview Angela Frusciante from Knowledge Design to Change, a company based in Orange, Connecticut, United States. Angela uses ATLAS.ti in community research.

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Learning Resource


Face-to-Face Seminars USA/Canada

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October 26 and 27

Qualitative Analysis With ATLAS.ti 8 Windows

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Eve Weiss
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Face-to-Face Seminars Europe

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September 8 and 9

Einführung in ATLAS.ti 8 Windows & Mac

Hannover
Germany

Susanne Friese
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18 de septiembre

Curso Completo de ATLAS.ti 8 Windows

Madrid, Spain

Neringa Kalpokaite

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September 25 and 26

Computer-Assisted Grounded Theory Analysis

Hannover
Germany

Susanne Friese
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September 28 and 29

ATLAS.ti for Starters

Rotterdam
Netherlands

Jeanine Evers
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Face-to-Face Seminars Latin America

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23 de septiembre

INVESTIGACIÓN CIENTÍFICA APOYADA EN EL USO DEL SOFTWARE ATLAS TI

Ciudad de Mexico
Mexico

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M. C. María de la Luz Valderrábano Almegua
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Phone: tel:5729 6000 ext.52737

16 - 20 de octubre

Manejo de ATLAS.ti

Quito
Ecuador

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On-Site Workshops

These workshops are taught at the clients' facilities in 2-day sessions. If you are interested in a 3-day workshop, please let us know. Also, let us know if you need a workshop outside the United States/Canada or Europe. You may contact us at training@support.atlasti.com or call 1-866-880-0231.



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Qualitative Methodology Webinars

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Nick Woolf & Christina Silver, Don't Let the Software Drive the Process: The Five-Level QDA Method for Producing High-Quality Data Analysis Using ATLAS.ti

Thursday September 21
10:00am -11:00am ( EDT )

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Jessica Nina Lester, Practical Considerations for Doing Applied Conversation Analysis and Discourse Analysis Research

Thursday October 12
10:00am -11:00am ( EDT )

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Celine-Marie Pascal, Qualitative Textual Analysis of Interviews & Media

Thursday November 16
4:00pm -5:00pm ( EDT )

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Encuentros Virtuales

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Leonardo F. Nascimento.

O UBER no Brasil: combinando webscraping e CAQDAS para o mapeamento de uma controvérsia

19 de setembro. 14:00 - 15:00 Brasilia.

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Marta Morgada y Karmela Mendoza. ¡Bienvenido al desorden! Arte-factos para investigar con jóvenes talleres como dispositivos de investigación..

6 de octubre.

9:00 - 10:00 Ciudad de México.

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Lilia Chernobilsky y Julieta Oddone. Transmisión de conocimientos en el mundo del trabajo.

17 de octubre. 9:00 - 10:00 Ciudad de México.

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Cecilia Straw. Diseño, trabajo de campo, análisis temático y refinamiento conceptual cualitativos. Aprendizajes teórico-prácticos a partir de una investigación cualitativa con pacientes con cáncer de mama de hospitales públicos del Área Metropolitana de Buenos Aires, Argentina.

20 de noviembre. 9:00 - 10:00 am Ciudad de México.

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