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Open text coding (Qualitative Text Analytics Series)

Ended Feb 11, 2019
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Monday, February 11th, 2019
2:30pm - 4:00pm
Torgersen 1100 or Zoom
Zoom Information:
Instructors: Nathaniel Porter & Whitney Hayes - University Libraries

Get a hands-on introduction to qualitative (manual) text coding for individual and team settings. Based on a grounded theory approach, open coding allows research subjects to speak for themselves without explicitly relying on our own pre-existing ideas. Code emergent concepts and ideas, justify codes with supporting data, and work with themes to refine codes and build models from coded data.

Participants will be able to:
-Describe the purposes of Open Text Coding
-Evaluate the appropriateness of Open Text Coding for a given research project
-Perform initial open coding on a small corpus of written sources
-Refine initial codes collaboratively with other researchers to create axial coding schema