Newsletter March 2017

We welcome you to the March issue of Inside ATLAS.ti. In this issue, we present you with the latest news regarding ATLAS.ti, and offer you a best practice and case study article. This month case study deals with a study on environmental education written by Maria New Valero Avendaño, a professor and doctoral student at the Universidad de Zulia, Puerto Ordaz, Venezuela. The best practice article "How to Make the Best of Codes in ATLAS.ti" approaches codes. All the things they can be--and all the things they ought not to be--written by Dr. Susanne Friese.


Jörg Hecker
Director of Business Operations ATLAS.ti


Important: Update Your ATLAS.ti Mac Now

Our Mac team has found, in the soon-to-be released macOS 10.12.4, an issue that may affect the integrity of ATLAS.ti Mac projects. Because of this, please update your ATLAS.ti Mac as soon as possible to the latest service pack (1.5.3).

This update must done BEFORE updating your system to macOS 10.12.4.

To update ATLAS.ti Mac, click on 'ATLAS.ti' on the menu on top and then select the third option 'Check for Updates.'

Feel free to contact our technical support team at [email protected] if you have any questions about this.

Join us at the Corvallis ATLAS.ti Summer Workshop Series

We would like to invite you to join us in Corvallis, Oregon (USA), between July 10th and 14th, for a series of workshops with renowned experts in computer-assisted qualitative data analysis with ATLAS.ti. There will be two-day introductory workshops and a three-day course on approaches to qualitative analysis with the software. Meet professors Susanne Friese, Christina Silver, Trena Paulus, Nicholas Woolf, Paul Mihas and Ricardo Contreras. To learn about this great learning opportunity, visit the program website.

ATLAS.ti-IIQM Dissertation Awards

We are happy to announce a new cycle of the ATLAS.ti-IIQM Dissertation Awards. Twice a year, we give an award to the best Master's thesis and dissertation projects from any discipline containing research based on qualitative methodology. Each winner receives $3,000 cash award, an ATLAS.ti software license, complimentary training in ATLAS.ti, and complimentary registration to the annual IIQM Qualitative Health Research Conference. For more information, visit the program website.

Case Studies

In this case study article we interview Maria New Valero Avendaño, a professor and doctoral student at the Universidad de Zulia, Puerto Ordaz, Venezuela. She tells us about a study on environmental education in which she is using ATLAS.ti.


Best Practices ATLAS.ti

How to Make the Best of Codes in ATLAS.ti

In this article, I write about codes, all the things they can be, all the things they ought not to be, and the various blind allies one can find oneself trapped in if coding data just happens without first having planned how to approach it.


Learning Resources

Free Overview Webinars

We offer free overview webinars in ATLAS.ti 8 Windows and Mac, in English and Spanish. They are offered at different times, making them convenient to people anywhere. To register for the webinar of your choice, please click here

Premium Training

Our premium training activities include online synchronous and asynchronous courses, face-to-face workshops and and on-demand worldwide. Click here to see the entire calendar of training events currently scheduled. There you may read the course outlines and register for the course of your preference.

ATLAS.ti offers a variety of resources that facilitate the learning of the software.

All our learning resources can be accessed here.

Because of the COVID-19 pandemic, we offer temporary easy home-use licenses for institutional license holders, 25% price-reductions on courses and 10% on all licenses. We have new courses both free and premium at our ATLAS.ti ACADEMY and free semester licenses. See here for more -->