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FREE Webinar – Master Your Qualitative Data Analysis: From Chaos to Clarity

July 10 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm


Master Your Qualitative Data Analysis: From Chaos to Clarity 

📅 Wednesday, July 10th

🕛 12:00 to 1:00 PM Eastern (New York Time)

📍 Virtual via Zoom



Feeling overwhelmed by the amount of qualitative data you need to manage and analyze? Wish you had a clearer, more structured approach?

Join Dr. Veronica Richard for a free webinar as she discusses strategies to elevate your qualitative research skills, making the process simpler, more focused, and ensuring a streamlined process from data organization to confident writing of your findings.

Who Should Attend?

  • Graduate students conducting grounded theory, narrative inquiry, case studies, phenomenological, or generic qualitative studies.
  • Graduate students currently collecting qualitative data or preparing to analyze data.
  • Graduate students or novice researchers seeking a refresher overview on qualitative data analysis.

During this webinar, you’ll be provided with an overview and practical tips on the following key takeaways to help with your qualitative research:

  • Simplify the Process: Learn how to efficiently manage, organize, and verify your qualitative data for accuracy, transforming it into a well-structured, accessible resource.
  • Plan Your Analysis: Discover strategies for each phase of analysis, ensuring thorough examination of every data point.
  • Uncover Themes: Become adept at identifying themes, revealing hidden connections and patterns to bring your research to life.
  • Develop Participant Profiles: Craft detailed participant profiles that accurately and engagingly reflect your subjects.
  • Confidently Write Your Findings: Gain the confidence to start writing your findings, supported by a structured approach to data analysis.

Don’t miss this opportunity to enhance your qualitative research skills and streamline your data analysis process!

🚫 Can’t make the live webinar? The webinar will be recorded and shared with everyone who registers.

🔗 Register here.


Veronica Richard, PhD in Applied Statistical Research and Research Methods, University of Northern Colorado

Veronica’s experience encompasses working with undergraduate, master’s, and doctoral students, primarily in literacy and research methods. Throughout her career, Dr. Richard has been a vital member of research teams focusing on supporting at-risk youth. The primary focus areas of these teams included literacy development, social and behavioral skill development, and teacher development. Her work emphasizes the significance of building partnerships among diverse stakeholders, highlighting how these collaborations contribute to change and advocacy.

Dr. Richard earned her Ph.D. from the University of Northern Colorado in 2010, specializing in Applied Statistical Research and Research Methods with a cognate in Reading. Her extensive training and experience in qualitative methodologies, methods, and literacy have given her a distinct set of skills.
In addition to her academic and research endeavors, Dr. Richard serves as a reviewer for several prestigious journals, including Qualitative Research in Psychology, Emerging Adulthood, and the International Journal of Research and Methods in Education. Her work is driven by a commitment to amplifying voices that are often marginalized or silenced. This commitment is reflected in her pedagogy, research, and mentoring practices.

One of Dr. Richard’s primary goals is to assist others in navigating and gaining confidence in scholarly discourse. She believes in empowering individuals to become confident and articulate contributors in their fields, dedicating herself to supporting them on their scholarly journey.


July 10
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm