Using Excel for Qualitative Analysis
Date: April 19, 2017
Location: École nationale d’administration publique (ENAP), Pavillon Alexandre-Taché, Section F, Door 19, Room F0129, 283 boul. Alexandre-Taché, Gatineau, Quebec. For details, consult the campus plan.
CES members – Free
Non-members – $50 (payable upon arrival by cash, cheque or credit card)
Students – Free for members. For non-members, the first 10 registrations received will be free.
Registration: Limited registration. Please RSVP with the CES-NCC Secretariat Office by email at [email protected]. If you have dietary restrictions, please be sure to make note of them in your email.
8:00 am – 8:35 am: Registration and breakfast
8:35 am – 8:45 am: Introductions
8:45 am – 10:35 am: Presentation and discussion
10:35 am – 10:45 am: Concluding remarks
This session will be presented in French.
Benoît Gauthier will present an accessible approach that can be used for qualitiative analysis of documents or other types of sources. Amidst a vast array of tools, from the most basic (cards, self-adhesive notes, etc.) to the most sophisticated (e.g., specialized software), are found solutions allowing greater rigour and enhanced productivity for the analyst. This presentation will focus on the use of Excel in support of qualititative analysis, including notions of database, coding, levels of analysis and aggregation of qualitative data. This session will be particularly useful to evaluators, consultants and students which already have some knowledge or experience of qualitative analysis to get the most of this presentation.
Presenter: Benoît Gauthier, President, Circum Network Inc. and Past President, Canadian Evaluation Society
Moderator: Isabelle Bourgeois, Professor, École nationale d’administration publique
You can see presentations from previous breakfast sessions.