ATLAS.ti rocks Malaysia
On March 26th 2016, the ATLAS.ti training team was once again invited to speak at the famous Jom Hebat Pascasiswazah Seminar Series 11.0 in Selangor, Malaysia. Our Manager of International Projects for Training & Partnership Development, Ani Munirah Mohamad, spoke to 120 delegates from various colleges and higher learning institutions throughout Malaysia about doing literature reviews using ATLAS.ti.
The seminar which was titled, “Let Us Become Great Postgraduates!” was organised in 2014 by the Malaysian Postgraduate Workshop Series (MPWS), which aims to provide a platform for postgraduates to learn various topics related to postgraduate studies, such as research methodologies, writing processes, publication and handling postgraduate life. Since its inception, the Seminar Series has attracted approximately 3500 delegates! We would like to take this opportunity to thank MPWS for this joint venture and for years of great cooperation. We look forward to many more good years to come.
In addition, two face-to-face courses were also taught in March in Malaysia by Ani Munirah Mohamad. The first took place on March 11th at the MPWS Training Center in Selangor with an engaged audience of aspiring researchers from various Malaysian higher learning institutions. MPWS is the pioneer provider of postgraduate training courses and consultancy works, ranging from research proposal writing and defence, literature reviews, qualitative and quantitative research methodologies, viva preparation, research publication and managing postgraduate journeys.
The second course took place on March 18th in Kuala Lumpur at the University of Malaya Academy of Islamic Studies along with numerous lecturers from the Academy. Envisioned to advance Islamic studies both in Malaysia and throughout the world by incorporating traditional Islamic knowledge with modern scientific methodology through quality research and education, the Academy continues to grow stronger with its active involvement in multidisciplinary research and collaborations within the University of Malaya as well as external collaborations. It is hoped that this new knowledge of ATLAS.ti will further enhance the research process and achievements of our course participants!