ATLAS.ti 7 Workshop at UKM, Bangi

Another small-group session for the Introductory ATLAS.ti 7 workshop was held at the Faculty of Education, UKM, Bangi on 26th January 2013. The session was attended by 5 aspiring researchers. Here are some photos taken during the session.

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Hoho… My network view is awesome! Continue reading

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ATLAS.ti 7 Workshop at IIUM, Gombak

Another session of the Introductory ATLAS.ti 7 Workshop was held at IIUM, Gombak on 25th January 2013. A total of 11 participants joined in the session this time, including lecturers and postgraduate students from IIUM as well as nearby universities. Kudos to Hjh Azizah for initiating this workshop.

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Focus on creating families for the P-Docs Continue reading

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ATLAS.ti 7 Workshop at UKM Bangi

We finally completed another introductory workshop on ATLAS.ti 7 on 19th January 2013 at the FAculty of Social Science and Humanities, Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia, Bangi campus. A total of 9 PhD researchers joined in the session this time around.

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Focus in doing the analysis Continue reading

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New video on changing the ‘Author’ and ‘Owner’ in ATLAS.ti 7 HUs

We have just created a new video on changing the ‘author’ and ‘owner’ name in ATLAS.ti 7 HUs (Malaysian language). Please leave your comments below. Thanks!

 

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ATLAS.ti 7 Workshop at INSTED, IIUM Gombak

An Introductory ATLAS.ti7 Workshop was held at the Institute of Education, International Islamic Unviersity Malaysia, Gombak campus on 16th January 2013. A total of 15 academic members of the Institute joined in the session and gave valuable concentration and commitment throughout. Hope the session is beneficial to all of you.

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New video on Auto-Coding in ATLAS.ti 7

We have just finished recording a video on Auto-Coding (in Malaysian language). Please give your comments below. Thanks!

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ATLAS.ti 7 Workshop at UKM Bangi, Selangor

On 24th of December 2012, we had a small group introductory to ATLAS.ti 7 workshop at Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia, Bangi, Selangor, Malaysia. A total of 6 graduate research students from the Faculty of Education joined in the workshop. Credit to Kak Romarzila for initiating the session.

Photos taken during the workshop.

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The participants are busy analysing their data using ATLAS.ti 7 program Continue reading

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ATLAS.ti 7 Workshop at UTM, Skudai, Johor

We had a class-full workshop on 22nd of December 2012 at SPACE UTM of Universiti Teknologi Malaysia, Skudai, Johor, Malaysia. A total of 22 participants joined in from nearby colleges and universities at Skudai area, and facilitated by both of us – Siti Rokiah and myself.

Here are some photos taken during the workshop event.

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ATLAS.ti 7 Workshop in UiTM Shah Alam on 21 December 2012

We had our ATLAS.ti 7 Introductory Workshop at PTAR 3, Universiti Teknologi MARA Shah Alam on 21st December attended by 10 aspiring researchers. Credit to Mr. Zulkefli Mansor for arranging the event and Mdm Khasiah for securing the workshop venue.

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The data analysis in process. Continue reading

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ATLAS.ti 7 Workshop on 14th December 2012 @ IIUM Gombak

We had another highly interactive workshop at the Kulliyyah of ICT, IIUM Gombak, credit to CITA for allowing us to use the venue and kudos to the main lady who worked hard to make the workshop a reality – Kak Zie Azizah.

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So what if my data are all in hardcopy?

So you know that if your data are in softcopy format, you can directly import them into My Library or Team Library of ATLAS.ti to be analysed. But then you also have the hardcopy data which needs to be analysed.

Oh no! Should you be working on them the manual way? Does this mean that you cannot analyse them using the aid of ATLAS.ti?

Of course NO.

Listed below are few alternatives you can choose for working with hardcopy data in ATLAS.ti: Continue reading

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Introductory ATLAS.ti Workshop in Kuala Lumpur on 1st December 2012

Yesterday (1st December 2012) we had the next series of our Introductory ATLAS.ti Workshop near Wangsa Melawati, Kuala Lumpur. The session was highly interactive because we had a small group of inquisitive participants – Susana, Afifuddin, Azlin, Ezuan and Azizan.

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Using ATLAS.ti on a Mac

Click here —> Using ATLAS.ti on a Mac

Point 1 – ATLAS.ti is a Windows-based software, it can only run in machines with Windows OS

Point 2 – ATLAS.ti cannot run natively on a Mac, but there are alternatives for a Mac user to use ATLAS.ti on their machines. Click the link above to find out about the alternatives.

Point 3 – I myself own a MacBook Air, and I installed Bootcamp on my machine to be able to run ATLAS.ti 7. It works wonderfully… Oh yes…

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Upcoming workshops in December 2012 (Kuala Lumpur and Skudai, Johor)

Dear all,

We have another upcoming 2 workshops planned in the month of December 2012 in Malaysia. You may find the details below. Seats are limited!

Kuala Lumpur workshop (1 december 2012)
Click for information on the Introductory ATLAS.ti 7 Workshop in Kuala Lumpur.
Click to HERE to register and secure your seats now.

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Skudai, Johor workshop (22 december 2012)
Click for information on the Introductory ATLAS.ti 7 Workshop in Skudai, Johor.
Click to HERE to register and secure your seats now.

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Successful Workshop for Beginners (Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia)

We had our Introductory workshop on ATLAS.ti 7 near Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia on 10 November, 2012. The session began at 9am and ended at about 4.15pm. These are two photos taken during the workshop.

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Some of the participants were taking a break in between modules of the workshop.

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Group photo at the end of the session.

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