Webinars

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Academic Conferences run a series of research webinars and seminars each year.

Subjects include:

      • Case Study Research
      • Content Analysis and Thematic Analysis
      • Deductive Approaches to Testing Research Propositions in Qualitative Studies
      • Grounded Theory Research
      • Qualitative Comparative Analysis
      • Quantitative Data Analysis
      • Qualitative Research Methods
      • Sentiment Analysis 
      • The End Game - Finishing off your dissertation and preparing for examination
      • Writing up your Research & Getting a Paper Published
      • And other research topics

Content Analysis and Thematic Analysis

Date: Tuesday 23 November 2021
Time: 14:00 to 16:00 GMT

Led by: Peter Mozelius and Niklas Humble

This Webinar presents, compares, and discusses two of the most frequently used analysis methods in qualitative research: Content analysis and Thematic analysis. Both methods can be applied across a wide range of research areas and will be addressed in detail. The webinar will be run through Zoom and delivers practical useful information which can be put to immediate use.  It is relevant to academics from most Faculties, Departments and Schools.

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The End Game - Finishing off your dissertation and preparing for examination

Date: Wednesday 24 November 2021
Time: 14:00 to 16:00 GMT

Led by: Dr Dan Remenyi

Knowing when your research is finished and how to draw it all together into a great dissertation is often regarded as a puzzle by many research students. There are several tests which can be applied to give the student confidence that the work is ready to be examined and that it will be looked upon favourably by the examiners. In this webinar these tests are discussed, and a number of checklists are available. This Webinar is relevant to academics from most Social Science Faculties, and it will also have value to some other Departments and Schools.

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Deductive Analysis in Qualitative Research – The question of Hypothesis Testing

Date: Tuesday 30 November 2021
Time: 14:00 to 16:00 GMT

Led by: Professor Noel Pearse

This Webinar explains when qualitative testing of research propositions is appropriate, presents a research procedure to follow, explores the contribution that can be made in following this approach, as well as its limitations. The webinar will be run through Zoom. It is relevant to academics from most Commerce and Social Science Faculties, and it will also have value to some other Departments and Schools.

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Qualitative Comparative Analysis

Date: January 2022
Time: 09:00 to 11:00 GMT

Led by: Branka Krivokapic-Skoko  

This webinar will be run through Zoom and delivers practical useful information which can be put to immediate use.  This webinar is relevant to academics from most Faculties, Departments and Schools. It also gives participants an opportunity to network with other researchers and authors.


Sentiment Analysis 

Date: January 2022
Time: 14:00 to 16:00 GMT

Led by: Christine Bernadas

This webinar will be run through Zoom and delivers practical useful information which can be put to immediate use.  This webinar is relevant to academics from most Faculties, Departments and Schools. It also gives participants an opportunity to network with other researchers and authors.



For more details please email louise@academic-conferences.org  

We run webinars which can be accessed globally but tend to run on UK time.  We can arrange for seminars to be run in other parts of the world or webinars to fit other time zones if there is demand for it.  

To enquire about seminars please contact: Dr Dan Remenyi at dan.remenyi@academic-publishing.org  

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