Report on ICQI 2017

Many thanks to everyone who helped make ICQI 2017 a success! We had another full two days of digital tools sessions, along with several pre-conference workshops. Stay tuned for a full report from Kristi Jackson, SIG chair, and in the meantime here are some photos from the event.

*We are especially happy to welcome the following folks as part of the organizing team for ICQI 2018: Caitlin Byrne, David Woods, Daniel Turner, Liz Cooper, Christian Schmeider, Leslie Porreau. and Maureen O’Neill. Thank you all!

**Proposals are generally due at the end of November for the following May conference – join us next year, and don’t forget to tag your submission as part of the Digital Tools for Qualitative Research special interest group!

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Another full slate of digital tools presentations this year!

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Christiane Page from the Qualitative Data Repository presents on the use of QDAS for archiving data.

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Kristi passes on the SIG leadership to Caitlin!

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Anne Kuckartz from MAXQDA speculates on the integration of quant and qual data

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Gerben Moerman shares his software for engaging in collaborative research

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Several sessions this year focused on negotiating social media as qualitative researchers

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One featured event was a Wiki Hack of the qualitative research wikipedia pages.

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Building the DTQR community

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Kristi proposes guidelines for reporting the use of QDAS in research reports.

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One thought on “Report on ICQI 2017

  1. Christiane Pagé

    What a terrific SIG program and a wonderful set of presentions and events. Hats off to Kristi Jackson, Trena Paulus, and Judy Davidson–whom I hope to meet in future iterations, for an intelligent, stimulating, informative, enjoyable program. Our event at Joe’s Brewery was great fun and thanks for helping us make terrific contacts! As new members of the Digital Tools for Qualitative Research SIG, we could not be more pleased! We especially look forward to collaborating with Kriti’s on her solid proposal for QDAS publishing guidelines.

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