[Air-L] Call for Abstracts – NVivo Virtual Conference 2021 – Deadline June 30
Silvana di Gregorio
S.DiGregorio at qsrinternational.com
Tue May 25 02:17:05 PDT 2021
Make sure to submit your abstract by June 30, 2021 for the NVivo Virtual Conference 2021, Transcending Boundaries in Qualitative Research, scheduled for September 22-23, 2021. We’re inviting you to submit an abstract for a paper or poster on how your research is transcending boundaries across disciplines, methods, cultures and beyond.
Call For Abstracts Is Now Open
We are interpreting transcending boundaries in its widest sense - transcending disciplines, methods, and cultures. The focus of the call for abstracts for papers and posters should be on methods not results. We welcome proposals exploring but not limited to:
• Cross-Disciplinary Research
• Multi-Method Research
• Innovating New Methods
• Culturally Responsive Research
• Evaluation Research
• Innovative Ways of Using NVivo
• Cross-Sector Research – including Academic, Commercial and Not-for-profit
• Hybrid Research – Online and Face-to-face
• STEM Research
• Inspire Us
• Any topic where NVivo has been used for all or part of the analysis.
How To Submit
You’ll find more information on abstract requirements and how to submit on the conference web page - https://www.qsrinternational.com/nvivo-qualitative-data-analysis-software/nvivo-virtual-conference
DEADLINE for abstract submissions: June 30, 2021
We have invited keynote speakers who are world experts in transcending boundaries with their research:
Crystal Abidin, PhD Associate Professor, Principal Research Fellow, & ARC DECRA Fellow in Internet Studies, Programme Lead of Social Media Pop Cultures at the Centre for Culture and Technology (CCAT) at Curtin University. Crystal is a digital anthropologist and ethnographer of vernacular internet cultures. She researches internet celebrity, influencer cultures, and social media pop cultures. She was listed on Forbes 30 Under 30 Asia and Pacific Standard 30 Top Thinkers Under 30. Learn more about her work at https://wishcrys.com/ .
Sally Campbell Galman, Ph.D. Professor of child and family studies at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst. She is the author of the Shane the Lone Ethnographer series of methods comics. Her arts-based research has been published in Girlhood Studies, Public Anthropologist, and Anthropology News. Learn more about her work at https://sallycampbellsilverman.com/
Reem Doukmak, PhD and Paul O'Donnell - Reem is an Associate Fellow at the Institute of Advanced Study at Warwick University. Paul is Associate Artist at Birmingham Repertory Theatre and Theatre Absolute. In their Coventry Creates project, Reem and Paul are collaborating on using art to explore the re-integration experiences of refugees and host community into the social ‘normalities’ under Covid-19. https://coventrycreates.co.uk/project/reintegrate/
For questions specific to the NVivo Virtual Conference 2021, please contact the organizers Silvana di Gregorio, Ph.D., QSR Research Director, and Stacy Penna, Ed.D., NVivo Community Director at conference at qsrinternational.com
Please feel free to forward to interested colleagues.
Silvana di Gregorio, PhD
Academic Research Director
QSR International (UK) Limited
Eastside, King’s Cross Station, London N1C 4AX United Kingdom
T +44 (0)1925 358 095 E s.digregorio at qsrinternational.com
NVivo Virtual 24 hour Conference 22-23 September 2021
Call for Abstracts – NVivo Virtual Conference 2021
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