Programme

The following programme is an outline only and subject to change.  Any changes will be updated on the website.
Current as at 29 April 2019.

Conference Programme

Wednesday 4 December 2019
0745Registration open
0845Opening / Welcome
0930 Keynote: Integration in theory and practice. Prof Pat Bazeley
1040 - 1110Morning tea
1110Paper presentations - Four concurrent sessions x four papers
1240 - 1340Networking lunch
1340Spotlight and Mentoring sessions (four concurrent streams). Spotlight Sessions are brief, but in-depth discussions or demonstrations of particular aspects of mixed methods research theory and practice. These conveniently compact training sessions give deep insights that might be new to you, or might build on topics you are already have some familiarity with. The sessions consist of a 20-minute presentation/demonstration of the most important features relevant to a thematic area followed by a short discussion. Participation in the Spotlight Sessions is included in the registration fee.
1420Workshops - Four concurrent workshops through to the end of the day
Workshop 1Workshop 2Workshop 3Workshop 4
Editorial Workshop
Mike Fetters and members of the Editorial Board - JMMR
Heart & Soul of Mixed Methods: The Importance of Culture
Assoc Prof. Caryn West
Creating Joint Displays to Facilitate Integration: A Step-by-Step Approach
Dr Tim Guetterman
Mixed Methods Data Analysis using a Web Based Application
Dr Michelle Salmona Institute & Prof. Dan Kaczynski Institute for Mixed Methods Research

1530 - 1600Afternoon tea
1600 - 1720Workshops continue
1800 - 1900Welcome Reception
Thursday 5 December 2019
0815Using Software for Mixed Methods - three concurrent sessions
Using NVivo for mixed methods analysis. Prof Pat Bazeley
Innovations in Technology – Using Dedoose for Data Management & Analysis. Dr Michelle Salmona
MAXQDA demo. Tim Gutterman
0930Keynote: Mixed Methods for cross-cultural situations. Assoc. Prof. Caryn West
1040 - 1110Morning tea
1110Rapid fire Poster presentations - four concurrent streams x 6 presentations
1200Paper presentations - four concurrent streams x 2 presentations
1240 - 1340Networking lunch
1340Spotlight and Mentoring sessions (four concurrent streams). Spotlight Sessions are brief, but in-depth discussions or demonstrations of particular aspects of mixed methods research theory and practice. These conveniently compact training sessions give deep insights that might be new to you, or might build on topics you are already have some familiarity with. The sessions consist of a 20-minute presentation/demonstration of the most important features relevant to a thematic area followed by a short discussion. Participation in the Spotlight Sessions is included in the registration fee.
1420Workshops - Four concurrent workshops through to the end of the day
Workshop 5Workshop 6Workshop 7Workshop 8
Analysing and integrating mixed methods data.
Prof Pat Bazeley
Quality Criteria in Mixed Methods Research
Assoc Prof Ros Cameron
Fully Integrated Mixed Method Research approaches
Prof. Elizabeth Creamer
Quantitative Methods in Indigenous Educational Contexts: using Legitimation Code Theory in the interfaces between quantitative, qualitative and kaupapa Māori research. Dr Brian Tweed and Dr Pania Te Maro
1530 - 1600Afternoon tea
1600 - 1720Part II of the Workshops
Free EveningA free evening
Friday 6 December 2019
0930Round Table Plenary sessions - four concurrent streams
1040 - 1110Morning tea
1110Paper presentations - Four concurrent streams x 4 papers
1240 - 1340Networking lunch
1340Paper presentations - Four concurrent streams x 4 papers
1500 - 1530Afternoon tea
1530Keynote: Exploring Methodological Boundaries:
Rotating five vantage points about mixed methods research. Prof Elizabeth Creamer
1640Closing remarks
1645Close