Atlas.ti Training sessions took place at the UDC: towards the building of a future model for the sustainable lifestyles.

On the 26th and 27th of February a couple of training sessions took place at the University of Corunna, Spain for capaciting researchers within the Glamurs Project in some of the more innovative techniques of qualitative analysis. In this case, Eugenio de Gregorio, an expert on qualitative methodologies gave both of the sessions on Atlas.ti, one of the best softwares  for qualitative research and qualitative data analysis. The objectives of the of the sessions were to train the researchers  and prepare them to apply this kind of analysis when modelling the change in lifestyles and in sustainable consumption initiatives.



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