ATLAS.ti is a very powerful software for qualitative research and analysis. But deciding to use it comes with its own learning curve. It is best to learn first and choose the more successful tactics from the beginning. Here are 5 tips that could help you understand and use the better tactics to get the best results.
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Alex Clark, Faculty of Nursing at the University of Alberta. “Get Your Methods Paper Published: Insights from the Editor’s Office.”
Webinar series on qualitative methodology by ATLAS.ti and IIQM. March 17th, 2016.
On 9th of January 2016, I spoke at the Seminar Jom Hebat Pascasiswazah Series 10.0 at MPWS Training Center, Bangi, Selangor, Malaysia. After my slot of 1 hour and 30 minutes, I asked 3 volunteers from the audience to give their feedbacks on what they think about using ATLAS.ti for literature review exercise…
Here is what they said (mixed in English and Malaysian languages)…
This webinar gathers 4 avid users of ATLAS.ti who represent the Malaysian delegation team to the 2nd ATLAS.ti User Conference 2015 in Berlin, Germany in August 2015: Ani Munirah Mohamad, Mohd Zairul Mohd Nor, Rohaiza Zakaria, Zurina Khairuddin. The webinar intends to share their lessons learned from joining this conference.