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ResearchTalk and the Odum Institute at University of North Carolina present:

The 14th Annual Qualitative Research Summer Intensive

QRSI is a unique opportunity to gain both theoretical and practical understanding of qualitative inquiry. The five-day course series covers a range of topics to help you synthesize your data and develop a deeper understanding of qualitative research tools. QRSI also lets you make your own customized schedule based on the courses that best suit your needs.

Join us for five days of qualitative research professional development courses and networking opportunities. This year we are introducing ten new courses and four new instructors!

July 24-25, 2017

(9:30am – 4:00pm)

  • Coding and Analyzing Qualitative Data (Johnny Saldaña)
  • NEW! Focus Groups: Tools for Inquiry, Pedagogy, and Social Advocacy/Activism (New QRSI Scholar: George Kamberelis)
  • Foundational Principles of and Approaches to Mixed Methods Research (Margarete Sandelowski)
  • NEW! Introduction to Qualitative Research: From Principles to Practice (Alison Hamilton)
  • NEW! Oral History: Purpose, Praxis, and Possibility (New QRSI Scholar: Sherick Hughes)
  • NEW! Qualitative Teamwork (Kevin Swartout)

July 26, 2017

(9:30am – 4:00pm)

  • Building a Codebook and Writing Memos (Paul Mihas)
  • NEW! Compassionate Interviewing (Carolyn Ellis)
  • Doing Qualitative Research Online (Kevin Swartout)
  • Rapid Turn-around Qualitative Research (Alison Hamilton and Ray Maietta)
  • NEW! Synthesizing Qualitative Data (Johnny Saldaña)
  • NEW! Writing Stories: Researcher as Storyteller (New QRSI Scholar: Arthur Bochner)

July 27 – 28, 2017

(Thursday 9:30am – 4:00pm, Friday 9:00am – 3:00pm)

  • NEW! Doing Qualitative Research in the Big Data Era (New QRSI Scholar: Mario Small)
  • NEW! Evocative Autoethnography: Writing Lives and Telling Stories (Carolyn Ellis and Arthur Bochner)
  • Implementation Research: Using Qualitative Research Methods to Improve Policy and Practice (Alison Hamilton)
  • NEW! Qualitative Research: Analyzing Life (Johnny Saldaña)
  • ‘Sort and Sift, Think and Shift’: Learning to Let the Data Guide Your Analysis (Ray Maietta)
  • Writing Effective Quantitative and Mixed Methods Research Proposals (Margarete Sandelowski)

Visit https://odum.sites.unc.edu/education/qrsi/ for more information.

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