FREE ATLAS.ti Beginner & Intermediate Short Courses in September

Available September 2014 | Free of Charge |  

University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus Health Sciences Library, Teaching Lab 2

For specific questions about ATLAS.ti or program content please contact Doug Fernald

ATLAS.ti is qualitative data analysis software designed to help manage and analyze non-numerical data such as text, video, audio, and graphics.  It supports a variety of analytical approaches, assisting users to systematically analyze their qualitative data.  In addition, it provides common analytical tools such as codes and memos along with more powerful tools to explore data, work in teams, and advance one’s analysis. These are not methods courses on qualitative data analysis. Please note that one must be a member or become a CCTSI member (membership is free) in order to attend any of the above short courses.  Register for a short course 

Tuesday, September 9, 9:00am-12:30 pm —  The Beginner Short Course is a one-day introductory course for users with no ATLAS.ti experience or users with limited experience who seek a foundational understanding of the software’s 1) capabilities, 2) interface, 3) features, 4) basic techniques to use the software for analyzing qualitative data.

Thursday, September 11, 9:00am-12:30 pm — The Intermediate Short Course is a one-day course for users with previous ATLAS.ti experience who seek to extend their understanding of the software’s 1) capabilities, 2) features, 3) more advanced techniques for analysis, and 4) strategies for working with their own data.


 Use ATLAS.ti in the Health Sciences Library:

Via the Virtual Desktop

On the workstations in the Information Commons


 [Lynne M. Fox, Education Librarian]