Qualitative Resources, Conferences, and Journals

Resources, Conference and Journal for Qualitative Studies

How to Analyze Qualitative Data I, by Dr. Kebritchi. The video can be found hereThe PowerPoint slides can be accessed here.
Common Computer Assisted Qualitative Data Analysis Software (CAQDS):
  1.  Dedoose; Web-based; Text,  Audio,  Video All (web  browser) Coding, Query,  Visualization,  Statistical Tools
  2.  NVivo; Client; Text,video, audio,  pictures;  webpages Windows,  macOS Coding, Aggregation,  Query, Visualization
  3.; Client; Text, Audio, Video, Graphic, Social Networks; Windows, macOS, iOS, Android, Cloud (web-based); Coding, Aggregation, Query, Visualisation
  4.  MAXQDA; Client; Text, audio, video, pictures, webpages, social networks; Windows, macOSCoding, Aggregation, Query, Visualisation, Statistical Tools
  5.  AQUAD; Client; Audio, Video, Graphics,Windows, Coding, Sequence Analysis, Exploratory Data Analysis
  6.  RQDA (Pakcage R); Client; Text; Windows,  macOS,  Linux Coding, Aggregation,  Query, Visualization


The Qualitative Report


Mason M. (2010). Sample size and saturation in PhD studies using qualitative interviews. Forum: Qualitative Social Research, 11, Article 8. Google Scholar

Patton M. Q. (2005). Qualitative research & evaluation methods: Integrating theory and practice (4th ed.). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage. Google Scholar


AERA Qualitative Research SIG Podcasts

The American Educational Research Association (AERA) Qualitative Research Special Interest Group is developing a monthly podcast series, “Qualitative Conversations." The group will add a podcast each month. Podcasts are now available via iTunes or Stitcher. The SIG leadership encourages researchers to subscribe. Subscription is free, and podcasts will be added monthly.