CAQDAS Networking Project
The premier source of information on Computer Assisted Qualitative Data Analysis Software (CAQDAS), this site provides unbiased information on qualitative analysis software, including software reviews and information on choosing software packages.
Colorado State University: Writing Guide: Ethnography, Observational Research, and Narrative Inquiry
International Institute for Qualitative Methodology
This is the homepage for the University of Alberta, Canada, International Institute for Qualitative Methodology (IIQM). It has information on the purpose of IIQM, upcoming conferences, & resources for qualitative research, from an international, interdisciplinary perspective.
International Journal of Qualitative Methods
This is the website for the International Journal of Qualitative Methods, a free, multidisciplinary, multilingual electronic journal, published by IIQM. Guidelines for authors are also at the website.
This is a complete, public listing of all funded NIH research. Interested folks can freely access any/all research proposals that have been funded by NIH; NIH considers these to be in the public domain. The RePORT Expenditures and Results (RePORTER) query tool allows interested site visitors to look for specific topics, specific grants or researchers' work and provides additional query fields, hit lists that can be sorted and downloaded to Excel, NIH funding for each project (expenditures), and the publications and patents that have acknowledged support from each project (results). RePORTER also provides links to PubMed Central, PubMed, and the US Patent & Trademark Office Patent Full Text and Image Database for more information on research results. New features will be added to RePORTER in several releases throughout fiscal year 2010. If you have any questions, or would like to make a suggestion for new features, there is a Help button at the bottom of each page.
Transana is software for the transcription and qualitative analysis of digital video and audio data. It allows researchers to create transcripts (including using Jeffersonian Notation), to select, categorize, and code analytically interesting portions of video files, and to explore coded data in a variety of ways. The multi-user version also facilitates simultaneous collaborative analysis by research teams. Transana is developed and supported by the Wisconsin Center for Education Research at the University of Wisconsin, Madison.