NVivo Virtual Conference 2020
September 23, 2020 – 24 hours
Global starting times:
7:00 am EDT Boston
12 noon BST London
9:00pm AEST Melbourne
Registration Rate: $99 USD – Join the NVivo Community for a special rate of $79 USD
Join Global Research Leaders in Examining Impacts & Trends in Qualitative Research
Although medical scientists have been warning for years that a pandemic was an inevitable, COVID-19 has turned our world upside down. While medical professionals and politicians are focusing on ways to manage this crisis and scientists are trying to develop an effective vaccine, social scientists have the tools to examine the impact of the pandemic on the way we live.
Join us for the NVivo Virtual Conference 2020, to meet, learn and network with peers and experts around the world as we examine global impacts on and trends in qualitative research. Customize your learning and networking experience by selecting from over 70 hours of programming available live the day of the event and on-demand for 90 days following the event.
Connect With The Global Research Community
Join leading researchers from around the globe at the NVivo Virtual Conference 2020, to meet, learn and network with peers and experts as we examine global impacts on and trends in qualitative research. Customize your learning and networking experience by selecting from over 70 hours of programming available live on the day of the event and on-demand for 90 days following the event.
Your Keynote Speakers
Hear from our keynote speakers who are world experts in using online research methods:
Nancy Baym, PhD Senior Principal Researcher, Microsoft Research, Cambridge, MA, USA
Nancy has written extensively on how people use communications technologies.
Annette Markham, PhD Professor of Media and Communications and part of the Digital Ethnography Research Group at RMIT, Melbourne, Australia
Annette has been involved in developing the Association of Internet Researchers’ Ethics Guidelines for Internet Research.
Sara Shaw, PhD Associate Professor, Nuffield Department of Primary Care Health Sciences, Oxford University
Sara will be talking about her research on Qualitative Analysis of Remote Consultations and implications for impact of COVID-19 on GP practices.