I'm the subject specialist librarian for Sociology, Geography & GIS, and Anthropology. I also specialize in qualitative research tools and strategies. I work in the Social Sciences, Health & Education Library, on the first floor of the Main Library.
Social Sciences, Health, & Education Library
I teach workshops on qualitative data analysis each Fall and Spring semester through the Scholarly Commons' Savvy Researcher workshop series. If you'd like to schedule a workshop for your class or other group, please contact me.
During the Spring 2023 semester, workshops will be offered in a hybrid format. You may choose to attend in-person in Library 314 or via Zoom. Workshops will not be recorded. There are recordings of the Fall 2022 presentations of each title on the page for that workshop.
If you would like to get regular (up to weekly) email updates about workshops and news about tools for qualitative analysis, please sign up here.
|Workshop Title||Scheduled for||
|Planning Qualitative Data Analysis||Monday, January 30 at 12pm||Register|
|Taguette and Other Free Tools for Qualitative Data Analysis||Monday, February 6 at 12pm|
This workshop will be taught by Sandi Caldrone and is scheduled for 90 minutes
|Monday, February 13 at 12pm||Register|
|Qualitative Data Analysis with NVivo||Monday, February 20 at 12pm||Register|
|Qualitative Data Analysis with Atlas.ti||Monday, February 27 at 12pm||Register|
|Qualitative Data Analysis with MAXQDA||Monday, March 6 at 12pm||Register|