The conference program guides the audience from evaluation theories (keynote) to examples from different disciplines (elevator pitches), and from proof of quality for policy makers and the public (keynote) to suggestions of young academics (forum discussion). The final presentation focuses on future directions derived from evaluation sciences (keynote).
This symposium revolves around current developments in cultural capital research. Although the symposium is a separate event, it is instigated by the PhD thesis of Janna Michael. On January 19, she will defend her dissertation on the cultural lifestyles of young adults.
This workshop explains the fundamentals of qualitative coding and ATLAS.ti in one concise session. Both inductive and deductive approaches will be covered. The workshop is built upon a hands-on approach and concrete exercises, with ample time for questions that are relevant for the participants’ own research.
This interactive workshop offers you the opportunity to achieve your personal work-life balance. During this workshop, you will learn about how to achieve your personal work-life balance by (1) prioritising work and private goals and (2) optimally spending your time and energy to realise those goals. Through a series of practical exercises, you will learn to identify and focus on what's truly important to you.