Qualitative tools for biodiversity science (Sherbrooke)

Considering local knowledge or TEK as a source of data for your work? Have you interviewed stakeholders and don`t know what to do with the data? Trying to find ways to engage  local communities?

You are at the right place!

Come join us Thursday,October 30th, 9:30- 12:30, University of Sherbrooke. Faculté des sciences,  D4-2020.

THIS WORKSHOP WILL BE IN FRENCH.

Workshop is free for members, 50$ for student non-members, 100$ for other non-members.

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We will cover most of the following topics in an informal and participatory setting:

  • The principles of qualitative research design
  • Choosing the right methodology and research methods
  • Selecting and approaching participants
  • Field tools and data collection
  • Transcription and analysis software (RQDA, NVIVO, MaxQDA)
  • Interpretation of qualitative data

For more information: nicolas.brunet@mail.mcgill.ca