• The Graduate Student Qualitative Methods Network (GSQMN)
    COVID and its ongoing aftermath has changed the social makeup and potentially hindered various collaboration and networking opportunities for graduate students interested in qualitative methods. In response, we are working to collaboratively organize the Graduate Student Qualitative Methods Network (GSQMN). The purpose of the GSQMN is to create spaces for graduate students to engage into methodological discussions, collaborations, and peer and faculty mentoring across institutions. This network will offer events where students can learn and share their qualitative research projects and methodological ideas. Graduate students’ experiences, questions, and interests form the primary element of this networking.
    More than anything, the network will provide for an international exchange and support system for graduate students helping in advancing good quality research and achieving personal goals. You will be kept updated about novelties on this website.
  • TQR 14th Annual Conference "Living in a Post-Covid World"
    The Call for Submissions for The Qualitative Report 14th Annual Conference is now open.
    The Qualitative Report 14th Annual Conference will be held in February 2023. The organization is seeking for papers papers in which you describe what you have learned from your qualitative inquiries on all aspects of life from all around the world. Also presentations of how your work as a qualitative researcher and educator has changed and evolved to meet these challenging times. Furtheron workshops in which you help your colleagues learn new skills to conduct and report their work better or how to teach new qualitative researchers more effectively are welcome. Not only reports on qualitative research but also mixed-methods are welcome.
  • Call for Chapters in edited book: How to Conduct Qualitative Research in Finance
    Professor Emeritus Dan Kaczynski, Dr. Michelle Salmona from the Institute for Mixed Methods Research, and Professor Tom Smith from Macquarie University are inviting contributions to a forthcoming book: How to Conduct Qualitative Research in Finance, to be published by Edward Elgar, UK. The deadline for submission of abstracts is July 11 2022. There will likely be around 15 chapters that, together, are intended to form a benchmark volume in the field of Finance. The book will posit that strong, robust and trustworthy qualitative research has a growing role in Finance research.
  • MAXQDA free workshops and webinars (also in German)
    Free workshops and seminars are being offered both by internal MAXQDA experts and external experts. Here you will find the list of workshops and video courses organized by MAXQDA Professional Trainers.
  • Call for registration for the virtual Frühjahrstagung der Sektion „Methoden der empirischen Sozialforschung“ der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Soziologie (DGS)
    On March 25 and 26 2022 there will be the virtual spring meeting of the section „Methoden der empirischen Sozialforschung“ of the DGS (Deutschen Gesellschaft für Soziologie). You can register until and including March 13 here, and registration is free.
    Theme of the meeting: „Potentiale und Herausforderungen von digitalen Verhaltensdaten in der empirischen Sozialforschung“.