MQIC 2020 – Accepted Posters
This year’s MQIC Poster Session took place on Wednesday, February 26th at 5:15pm.
Meet the researchers who authored the posters to ask questions and exchange ideas. Be sure to stay for the ceremony where up to €500 in prizes will be awarded for the best posters. We look forward to seeing you there!
Accepted Posters – Click to view in full-screen:
Proactive tutoring: key to the success of online training. An exploratory confirmatory design by
Dr. M. L. Vercher-Ferrándiz & Dr. A. V. Casasempere-Satorres
Automatic-manual system to perform Bibliographic Documentary Analysis. Using Word Combinations and Paraphrases in MAXQDA 2020
by Dr. M. Vercher-Ferrándiz & Dr. A. V. Casasempere-Satorres
Using MAXQDA for an Interpretative Phenomenological Analysis of Children’s Experience with Communion
by E. Gassin, Ph.D.
How are we getting pleasure from living with people with severe disabilities? An analysis of family caregivers‘ narratives on their adolescence
by T. Ishijima, M. Nochi, Y. Omi
Dissertation Research Project: 'The Impact of Lateral Leadership as a Management Tool'. A Mixed Method Study using MAXQDA
by S. Klein
Livelihoods In Transition Across the Gulf of Mexico: A three case study approach
by C. Lozada, D. Yoskowitz, M. Maresh-Fuehrer
Assessment conceptions in mathematics: The use of MAXQDA to understand the perspectives of primary school teachers and students
by N. Nóbrega Santos, V. Monteiro, L. Mata
Leisure in the guidelines for formation in Physical Education in Brazil: an analysis supported by MAXQDA
by F. Resende Cavalcante, O. A. dos Santos Nascimento, A. Lazzarotti Filho
The tiger cage - Experience the transformation of zoos! Using MAXQDA for a biology didactic study
by T. Schmäing
Towards developing a coding scheme for the analysis of interviews on EdTech implementation
by Vilma Sukackė
MAXQDA and visualising historical narratives: case study on pre-modern European matrial arts marketing
by M. Talaga
What form does digital learning take? Evaluation of an online platform on digitalisation in production with MAXQDA
by S. Thiem
HRM Support Systems and Interpersonal Support and Communication for Japanese Working Carers to Continue their Jobs in their Companies: Qualitative Analysis with MAXQDA
by Ikushi Yamaguchi, Ph.D. & Mai Yamaguchi, Ph.D.