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Lessons in managing and supporting a team of qualitative coders

    

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Free Webinar: Lessons in managing and supporting a team of qualitative coders

Register: https://go.qsrinternational.com/lessons-in-managing-and-supporting-a-team?_ga=2.153849080.1729931613.1617292453-152195719.1607023917

This webinar is part of the Qualitative Research & Innovation Webinar Series presented by NVivo and SAGE Publications.

Have a tight deadline and a lot of qualitative data to code? Tune in to hear Lindsay Giesen, a Senior Study Director at Westat, share lessons learned from a recent study on how to successfully manage and support a team of staff in coding qualitative data. She presents her insights and lessons learned in leading a team to code 154 interview transcripts in just six weeks for a study of national school meal programs.

Presenter: Lindsay Giesen

Organization: Westat

Lindsay Giesen is a senior study director at Westat with more than 12 years of experience in program evaluation and policy research. She has managed and/or participated in program evaluations and research studies at the state and national levels on topics such as child nutrition, workforce development, child welfare, food security, child care, and Federal health programs. Ms. Giesen has strong experience in implementation evaluation. She frequently leads qualitative data collection and analysis and trains other staff to perform those tasks. Ms. Giesen has designed and conducted cognitive testing of dozens of qualitative data collection instruments for interviews, focus groups, and surveys. She previously worked at the Urban Institute, Child Trends, and the Research Triangle Institute.

 

Lessons in managing & supporting a team of qualitative coders
April 15, 2021
12PM EST


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