I carried my camera with me at all times, though generally forgot to take it out and use it, being so busy liveblogging! Here are the few I did manage to take.
Note to self—take more at my next conference (that begins on Wednesday, as a matter of fact). I only have one […]
We are crushed into a room much too small for the number of people present (any hear of “fire hazard”?). I wonder if it will be a metaphor for what it to come.
Laurel Richardson is introducing the theme of this most interesting session looking at Carolyn’s newest work, Revision. The panel will read parts […]
I have not seen much work in the Qualitative Congress around issues that address topics of GLBT issues.
With such an interesting topic (about which I seem to know rather little), it at first seems unfortunate that the first presenter is reading his paper. It seems like it may make a useful discussion instead of […]
This session is about people who are aware of software and software issues to provide insight into using these applications.
Kristi Jackson, the first speaker, is speaking about Transparency:
QDAS Qualitative Standards Advocates Philosophy of the Mind Objectivity Constructionism Representation Feminism Qualitative Standards Critics
She is basing this on the Lave and Wenger CoP […]
This is an 8:00 am session, and is somewhat light with people right now. The title in this presentation is very long, and is about using QDAS with some of the more boundary-pushing qualitative research strategies. This sounds exactly like the sort of presentation I need, as I want to explore which of the software […]