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Scholars, Researchers, and Academics from around the World make TQR 10th Annual Conference its Largest Ever.

Recently, Keynote speakers, Kathryn Roulston, Ph.D., from the University of Georgia, Sally St. George, Ph.D., and Dan Wulff, Ph.D., from the University of Calgary, and Eli Lieber, Ph.D., from SocioCultural Research Consultants, LLC (Dedoose.com) and UCLA joined nearly 240 scholars, researchers, and academics to celebrate “Teaching and Learning Qualitative Research” at The Qualitative Research 10th Annual Conference.

Durig the three-day event held at Nova Southeastern University (NSU), presenters shared 160 panel and paper presentations on wide ranging topics including the latest innovations in technology-assisted research, pedagogical advancements for teaching online, and methodological progress for conducting and reporting qualitative research.

Ron Chenail, Ph.D., Editor-in-Chief of The Qualitative Report, NSU’s online qualitative research journal, closed the conference with an exploration of the current trends shaping education and publishing today and what these developments mean for future of the journal and its conference. He also announced the theme for the 11th Annual Conference to be held January 15-17, 2020 will be “Contemporary Qualitative Research.”