MAXQDA – Introduction and Mixed Methods (Promovierende, Postdocs, Habilitierende, Juniorprofessor*innen)
NEW: 03-04 May 2021 and 10-11 May 2021
Time: 9:00am – 11:30am
Registration: until 19 April 2020
On the first two days (03-04 May) you will learn all the important basics of using MAXQDA and will also receive a sound overview of the transcription of interviews and different methodological approaches for analyzing qualitative data. The analysis procedure of the qualitative content analysis (Kuckartz 2016) is considered more intensively in the context of a small excursion. In the course, different practical examples are presented, which will facilitate the introduction and the adaptation of the contents for your work.
On the second two days (10-11 May) we will focus on the implementation of mixed methods approaches in MAXQDA, i.e. the combination of quantitative data with qualitative content (e.g. variables, crosstables, code relations and sets). In the last part of the course we will deal with the visualization possibilities and the teamwork in MAXQDA.
- Basics of MAXQDA (data management, working with the codesystem, memos and textretrieval functions) (03-04 May)
- Advanced functions in MAXQDA (working with variables, sets, crosstabs, complex retrieval functions, visualisation and teamwork) (10-11 May)
- 7 steps of a qualitative text analysis (Kuckartz 2018)
Dr. Thorsten Dresing (audiotranskription.de, Marburg) is managing partner of dr. dresing & pehl GmbH and develops the transcription and QDA software f4/f5transkript and f4analyse. From 2000-2008 he worked as a research assistant for Prof. Dr. Udo Kuckartz in the Department of Educational Science, where he received his doctorate. He is a freelance lecturer in qualitative social research and has been giving workshops on transcription, QDA software and qualitative evaluation work since 2001.
For reasons of respect and fairness towards all participants and the workshop leaders, participants who miss more than 10% of the workshop are considered not to be present. You will therefore not receive a certificate and you will not be able to use the workshop in question to unlock funds or acquire further qualifications.