MAXQDA Professional Trainer


 
Trainer Paul MihasPaul Mihas
Workshop language(s) English
Location Chapel Hill, NC, USAChapel Hill, NC, USA
Radius United States, Canada, European Union, Central and South AmericaUnited States, Canada, European Union, Central and South America
Workshops
  • Starter Workshop
  • Advanced Workshops
  • Pragmatic research (Method Focus)
  • Grounded Theory (Method Focus)
  • Narrative analysis (Method Focus)
  • Data visualization (Method Focus)
  • Mixed methods (Method Focus)
  • Starter Workshop
  • Advanced Workshops
  • Pragmatic research (Method Focus)
  • Grounded Theory (Method Focus)
  • Narrative analysis (Method Focus)
  • Data visualization (Method Focus)
  • Mixed methods (Method Focus)
Methodological Expertise

Pragmatic research, Grounded theory, Comparative case studies, Narrative analysis

Pragmatic research, Grounded theory, Comparative case studies, Narrative analysis

Consulting Services

Consulting with research teams in social and behavioral research, Building a codebook and incorporating memos into analysis, Strategies for qualitative analysis, Diagrams of codes, data collection episodes, and text segments

Consulting with research teams in social and behavioral research, Building a codebook and incorporating memos into analysis, Strategies for qualitative analysis, Diagrams of codes, data collection episodes, and text segments

Experience

I have taught MAXQDA courses for over 10 years. I regularly consult with graduate students and faculty who use MAXQDA for analyzing qualitative interviews and other textual and multi-media data. As Asst. Director of Education and Qualitative Research (Odum Institute for Research in Social Science, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill) I also teach methodological short courses in qualitative methods, including the following topics: building a codebook and writing memos, conducting engaging interviews, case study analysis, narrative analysis, grounded theory.

I have taught MAXQDA courses for over 10 years. I regularly consult with graduate students and faculty who use MAXQDA for analyzing qualitative interviews and other textual and multi-media data. As Asst. Director of Education and Qualitative Research (Odum Institute for Research in Social Science, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill) I also teach methodological short courses in qualitative methods, including the following topics: building a codebook and writing memos, conducting engaging interviews, case study analysis, narrative analysis, grounded theory.

Email Paul_Mihas@unc.edu


Back to overview