MAXQDA Professional Trainer


 
Trainer Graham HughesGraham Hughes
Workshop language(s) English
Location United KingdomUnited Kingdom
Radius United Kingdom, Europe, AfricaUnited Kingdom, Europe, Africa
Workshops
  • Starter Workshop
  • Advanced Workshops
  • Mixed Methods
  • Open Ended Questions in Online Surveys
  • Uses for variables in MAXQDA
  • Starter Workshop
  • Advanced Workshops
  • Mixed Methods
  • Open Ended Questions in Online Surveys
  • Uses for variables in MAXQDA
Consulting Services

Personal support can be provided face to face or online.

Personal support can be provided face to face or online.

Experience

I have been a MAXQDA-Trainer since 2011 and in that time I have given more than 20 face to face workshops and more than 30 live webinars. I have travelled within the UK and also to Amsterdam, Vienna and Luxembourg to give workshops. Prior to 2011, I had provided occasional training and telephone support on other software programs for over 20 years. In 2005 I completed an MSc in Social Research Methods at the University of Surrey, as a mature student, and then worked in two successive research projects in the Department of Sociology at Surrey (the ESRC-funded “Question Bank”, and the NCRM-funded “Qualitative Innovations in CAQDAS”). In the latter project I compared four qualitative analysis programs in their application to the analysis of open ended questions asked in surveys and their use of geo-tagging facilities in qualitative analysis, MAXQDA was my preferred program out of the four.

I have been a MAXQDA-Trainer since 2011 and in that time I have given more than 20 face to face workshops and more than 30 live webinars. I have travelled within the UK and also to Amsterdam, Vienna and Luxembourg to give workshops. Prior to 2011, I had provided occasional training and telephone support on other software programs for over 20 years. In 2005 I completed an MSc in Social Research Methods at the University of Surrey, as a mature student, and then worked in two successive research projects in the Department of Sociology at Surrey (the ESRC-funded “Question Bank”, and the NCRM-funded “Qualitative Innovations in CAQDAS”). In the latter project I compared four qualitative analysis programs in their application to the analysis of open ended questions asked in surveys and their use of geo-tagging facilities in qualitative analysis, MAXQDA was my preferred program out of the four.

Relevant Publications

Fielding J., Fielding N., Hughes G.: Opening up open-ended survey data using qualitative software.  Quality & Quantity. 47 pp3261-3276 (2013)

Fielding J., Fielding N., Hughes G.: Opening up open-ended survey data using qualitative software.  Quality & Quantity. 47 pp3261-3276 (2013)

Email n.graham.hughes@ntlworld.com


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