[Air-L] The Coding Analysis Toolkit: A Hands-On Training at

Stuart Shulman stuart.shulman at gmail.com
Mon Oct 6 10:54:01 PDT 2008


I wanted to make sure that a.o.i.r. conference attendees were aware of
this late addition to the program. I will be doing a free CAT/BAT
training on Saturday the 18th at the conference. If you are interested
in capturing and coding blog data or coding text in general, I hope to
see you there.

The Coding Analysis Toolkit: A Hands-On Training

Saturday October 18th - 9.00 am (Room: 3A52)

Dr. Stuart Shulman is the founder of the Qualitative Data Analysis
Program (QDAP), which is a fee-for-service coding lab at the
University of Pittsburgh. QDAP and now QDAP-UMass staff and coders
work on coding projects funded by the National Science Foundation
(NSF), the National Institutes of Health (NIH), and other U.S. funding
agencies. Dr. Shulman (Oregon Ph.D. 1999) has been the Principal
Investigator and Project Director on related National Science
Foundation-funded research projects focusing on electronic rulemaking,
human language technologies, manual annotation, digital citizenship,
and service-learning efforts in the United States. At AoIR, he will
lead a hands-on, computer lab-based training introducing to the Coding
Analysis Toolkit (CAT), a web-based service designed to facilitate the
measurement and reporting the reliability and validity of work
completed by multiple coders. He will also introduce the Blog Analysis
Toolkit (BAT), which is designed to capture blog posts and archive
them for analysis in CAT.

For more information, see:

QDAP: http://www.qdap.pitt.edu/

QDAP-UMass: http://people.umass.edu/stu/QDAP-UMass/

Coding Analysis Toolkit: http://www.qdap.pitt.edu/cat.htm

Blog Analysis Toolkit: https://surveyweb2.ucsur.pitt.edu/qblog/page_login.php

Dr. Shulman's Home Page: http://people.umass.edu/stu/


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