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Location: 0102
Date: Sunday, 31/Mar/2019
8:30am - 10:00amWorkshop 7a: InVivo Inspiration: Investigating Computer Assisted Qualitative Data Analysis Software (CAQDAS)
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InVivo Inspiration: Investigating Computer Assisted Qualitative Data Analysis Software (CAQDAS)

M. L. Radford, V. Kitzie, D. Floegel, L. S. Connaway, J. Bossaller, S. Burns

This half-day workshop will provide an overview and comparison of computer-assisted qualitative data analysis software (CAQDAS). Since adoption of these programs requires substantial time commitment and/or budget expenditure, it is vital to understand their capabilities and limitations, as well as the types of data best suited for each platform. A panel of experts will present advantages and disadvantages of several software packages, then demonstrate how to use popular CAQDAS platforms, including commercial (i.e., NVivo, ATLAS.ti, Qualtrics, Dedoose) and open source (i.e., RQDA) programs. Panelists will then invite attendees to participate in interactive breakout tables to learn more about and experiment with a product of their choice. Panelists will answer attendees’ questions and demonstrate advanced features. The workshop will conclude with a general Q&A session. Both novice and experienced researchers will benefit by learning about the variety of available CAQDAS options.

 
10:30am - 12:00pmWorkshop 7b: InVivo Inspiration: Investigating Computer Assisted Qualitative Data Analysis Software (CAQDAS)

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1:30pm - 3:00pmWorkshop 10a: Utilizing An Empathy Lens To Understand Information Technology Usage And Adoption
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Utilizing An Empathy Lens To Understand Information Technology Usage And Adoption

I. Jahnke, J. Moore, J. Strobel

This workshop will enable several research leaders across three disciplines to gain a better understanding of each other’s research communities and to foster a new interdisciplinary research agenda for Future of Work at the Human-Technology-Frontier combining Sociotechnical Systems, Human-Computer-Interaction, and Empathy research communities. The three communities will work on two common and problematic areas related to information technology: Distribution of Fake News and Healthcare Technologies. The workshop and project outcomes will provide a new research focus that utilizes the common techniques of each discipline to identify and examine research problems at the Human-Technology-Frontier. The workshop presenters will develop case studies with faculty in the School of Journalism, College of Medicine, and School of Nursing at the University of Missouri, where faculty utilize technology to engage and train students for related professions.

 
3:30pm - 5:00pmWorkshop 10b: Utilizing An Empathy Lens To Understand Information Technology Usage And Adoption

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