NVivo Virtual Conference 2021
Transcending Boundaries in Qualitative Research
September 22-23, 2021 – 24 hours
Global starting times:
7:00 am EDT Boston
12 noon BST London
9:00 pm AEST Melbourne
Registration Rate: $99 USD – Early Bird Rate $79 USD until July 31, 2021
Pre-Conference Workshops:September 21, 2021, virtual 2 hour sessions facilitated by NVivo trainers and experts. $25 USD per workshop. Learn More
The past year has challenged all of us in many ways. We have had to adapt to extended periods of minimal social contact, of working from home, of having to change plans, of home-schooling children, and of learning new digital tools to support teaching and research. We have had to be resilient and creative. This conference is about tapping into that creativity and looking at ways we can transcend boundaries in qualitative research.
Connect With The Global Research Community
Join leading researchers from around the globe at the NVivo Virtual Conference 2021, 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. All registrations come with an NVivo Virtual Conference Bag
We have invited keynote speakers who are world experts in transcending boundaries with their research:
Crystal Abidin, Ph.D. Digital anthropologist and ethnographer of vernacular internet cultures. She researches internet celebrity, influencer cultures, and social media pop cultures. Her books include Internet Celebrity: Understanding Fame Online (2018, Emerald Publishing), Instagram: Visual Social Media Cultures (2020, Polity Press, co-authored with Tama Leaver and Tim Highfield), Mediated Interfaces: The Body on Social Media (2020, Bloomsbury Academic, co-edited with Katie Warfield and Carolina Cambre), and tumblr (2021, Polity Press, co-authored with Katrin Tiidenberg and Natalie Ann Hendry). She is Associate Professor of Internet Studies, Principal Research Fellow, and Australian Research Council (ARC) Discovery Early Career Researcher Award (DECRA) Fellow at Curtin University. On top of being an authority in social media and society studies, she is listed on ABC Top 5 Humanities Fellows (2020), Forbes 30 Under 30 Asia (2018), and Pacific Standard 30 Top Thinkers Under 30 (2016). Reach her at 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 sallycampbellgalman.com
Reem Doukmak, Ph.D. 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 – Reintegrate - 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. Visit Re-Integratehttps://coventrycreates.co.uk/project/reintegrate/