January 13 | Introduction to coding with ATLAS.ti
- Type: Workshop (1 ECTS)
- Date: January 13 (Friday) 2017
- Time: 13.00 - 17.00
- Location: EUR Woudestein campus Rotterdam (directions), HT-203
- Course fee:
free for PhD candidates of the Graduate School
€ 240,- for non-members
Consult our enrolment policy for more information
Menno Verbeek (enrolment-related questions) firstname.lastname@example.org
Ewald de Bruijn (course-related questions) email@example.com
- Telephone: +31 (0)10 4082607 (Graduate School)
This course explains the fundamentals of qualitative coding and ATLAS.ti in one concise session. Both inductive and deductive approaches will be covered. The course is built upon a hands-on approach and concrete exercises, with ample time for questions that are relevant for the participants’ own research.
One phase in qualitative research entails coding. Coding is the process of giving tags to (fragments of) texts, images, video, or audio as a way to yield a systematic understanding of the contents of data. This process can be structured by computer programs, such as ATLAS.ti.
About the instructor
Ewald de Bruijn is a PhD candidate at the Department of Public Administration and Sociology (DEPAS) of Erasmus University Rotterdam. Since 2013 he has worked as a tutor/researcher on a varity of subjects, such as the evaluation of infrastructure projects, societal self-organization and the supervision, implementation and execution of environmental law. The latter also being the the focal point of his PhD project. He has extensive experience and expertise in qualitative methods such as, among others, Comparative Analysis, Atlas.ti, and Event Sequence Analysis.