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QUALITATIVE RESEARCH SUMMER INTENSIVE


To celebrate its 17th year, the Qualitative Research Summer Intensive (QRSI) is introducing 7 new courses and 2 new qualitative scholars. Consistent with advice from public health and university officials, ResearchTalk, Inc. and UNC’s Odum Institute will hold the 2020 Qualitative Research Summer Intensive as an online-only event. There will be no in-person component, and all courses will be offered online.

COVID-19 Updates  

Course Schedule

Monday-Tuesday (July 27-28)

Wednesday (July 29)

Thursday-Friday (July 30-31)

Wednesday-Thursday (August 5-6)

Friday (August 7)

Coding and Analyzing Qualitative Data
Johnny Saldaña
NEW: Advancing Data Collection and Analysis in Qualitative and Mixed Methods Research with Visual Data Displays
Elizabeth Creamer
Analyzing Online Conversations: A Research Framework
Trena Paulus
Framing and Maintaining a Research Because It Was Qualitative: How to Build Unapologetic Arguments for the Strength of Our Work
Tony Adams, Kevin Swartout and Ray Maietta
NEW: Fundamentals of Grounded Theory
Elizabeth Creamer
NEW: Moving toward Presentation and Publication: Principles and Practical Steps
Sarah Tracy
Implementation Research: Using Qualitative Research Methods to Improve Policy and Practice
Alison Hamilton
NEW: Qualitative Problem Solving
Kevin Swartout and Ray Maietta
Rapid Turn-Around Qualitative Research
Alison Hamilton
Mixed Methods: Bridging Qualitative and Quantitative Methods and Results
Alison Hamilton
Using Social Media, Software, Mobile Apps and other Digital Tools to Support Qualitative Research
Trena Paulus
Synthesizing Qualitative Data
Johnny Saldaña & NEW SCHOLAR Matt Omasta
Subjectivity in Qualitative Inquiry: Making Social Research Complex, Ethical, and Accessible
Tony Adams
NEW: Teaching and Learning Qualitative Research Methods Principles Through Popular Film Clips
Johnny Saldaña
NEW: Qualitative Research Methods: Collecting Evidence, Crafting Analysis, Communicating Impact
Sarah Tracy
Writing Effective Qualitative and Mixed-Methods Research Proposals
NEW SCHOLAR Sharron Docherty
Using Qualitative Inquiry to Contribute to Social Justice
Rashawn Ray
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Daily Schedule


The schedule for all courses each day

  • 10:30 AM Eastern — Classes begin
  • 1-2:20 PM Eastern – Lunch break
  • 5 PM Eastern — Classes end

Registration & Pricing

  • All payments must be made to “ResearchTalk”
  • $285.00 per one-day course
  • $570.00 per two-day course
  • Registration ends July 8, 2020
  • Your seat is not officially held until payment is received in full. If full payment or payment guarantee via organization PO (purchase order or equivalent) is not received by July 8, 2020, your registration will be canceled.

 
 Register Online

COVID-19 Updates

Consistent with advice from public health and university officials, ResearchTalk and UNC’s Odum Institute will hold the 2020 Qualitative Research Summer Intensive as an online-only event. There will be no in-person component, and all courses will be offered online.

The majority of our courses will be held during the original dates of the event, Monday July 27 to Friday July 31. To accommodate the online format, select courses will run from Wednesday August 5 to Friday August 7.

In addition, we will offer courses at our early registration rate through the entire event registration period.

The revised schedule is available at http://www.researchtalk.com/qrsi-2020/.