Webinars

Webinars on Hiatus

The Transana Webinar Series on on temporary hiatus. We are currently working on completing Transana’s next release. We will resume hosting live webinars in Spring, 2023.

During the interim, you are welcome to view recordings of recent Transana webinars.

Introduction to Transana

November 9, 2022

Advanced Analysis of Video Using Transana

November 30, 2022

Collaborative Analysis of Video with Transana

October 26, 2022

To Be Determined

Introduction to Transana

 

A free live webinar with David Woods, Ph.D.

This fast-paced webinar introduces Transana 4.00’s tools for analyzing video and audio data, still images and text.

David will demonstrate importing data, address central issues about transcription of media data, discuss coding and categorization techniques for assigning analytic meaning to data selections, and show how you can use Transana’s reports, maps, graphs, and search tools to make sense of coded and categorized data. Learn how you can use clips and quotes to make sense out of your qualitative data from a variety of theoretical perspectives.

Feel free to bring your questions – David is happy to talk with you at the end of the webinar.

This webinar is free, but registration is required so we know where to send connection instructions.

(NOTE: Some features presented in this Webinar are not available in the Basic version of Transana.)


Registration is not yet open for this webinar.

Pacific Rim Edition

To Be Determined

Introduction to Transana – Pacific Rim Edition

 

A free live webinar with David Woods, Ph.D.

This fast-paced webinar introduces Transana 4.00’s tools for analyzing video and audio data, still images and text.

David will demonstrate importing data, address central issues about transcription of media data, discuss coding and categorization techniques for assigning analytic meaning to data selections, and show how you can use Transana’s reports, maps, graphs, and search tools to make sense of coded and categorized data. Learn how you can use clips and quotes to make sense out of your qualitative data from a variety of theoretical perspectives.

Feel free to bring your questions – David is happy to talk with you at the end of the webinar.

This webinar is free, but registration is required so we know where to send connection instructions.

(NOTE: Some features presented in this Webinar are not available in the Basic version of Transana.)


Registration is not yet open for this webinar.

To Be Determined

Advanced Video Analysis in Transana

 

A free live webinar with David Woods, Ph.D.

This webinar focuses on advanced techniques for the analysis of video and audio data.

Topics will include handling multiple simultaneous media files and analyzing multiple layers in video files. We will demonstrate analytic techniques many people didn’t know were even possible.

Attendance at an Introduction to Transana webinar or prior experience with Transana is recommended.


Registration is not yet open for this webinar.

To Be Determined

Introduction to Transana

 

A free live webinar with David Woods, Ph.D.

This fast-paced webinar introduces Transana 4.00’s tools for analyzing video and audio data, still images and text.

David will demonstrate importing data, address central issues about transcription of media data, discuss coding and categorization techniques for assigning analytic meaning to data selections, and show how you can use Transana’s reports, maps, graphs, and search tools to make sense of coded and categorized data. Learn how you can use clips and quotes to make sense out of your qualitative data from a variety of theoretical perspectives.

Feel free to bring your questions – David is happy to talk with you at the end of the webinar.

This webinar is free, but registration is required so we know where to send connection instructions.

(NOTE: Some features presented in this Webinar are not available in the Basic version of Transana.)


Registration is not yet open for this webinar.

To Be Determined

Analyze Video Collaboratively

 

A free live webinar with David Woods, Ph.D. and Zeynab Badreddine, Ph.D.

Transana Multiuser allows teams of researchers to analyze the same data at the same time, even from different locations. You and your colleagues can view and edit data, create and code selections, generate reports, and always see each other’s latest changes.

This webinar will demonstrate Transana Multiuser, with an emphasis on the the features that facilitate smooth collaboration. We’ll describe the advantages of our system over online QDA software, and answer questions about the technical requirements, security considerations, and options for getting our system set up for your project.

Transana first introduced a multiuser version in 2002, a full decade before any other qualitative software offered similar features. We were the first, and are still the best. Come find out why.

Attendance at an Introduction to Transana webinar or prior experience with Transana is recommended.


Registration is not yet open for this webinar.