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Test von FDDI-Systemen auf Standardkonformität und Interoperabilität im EANTC

Almus, Herbert (1992)

Die Entwicklung im Bereich der EDV-Systeme hat insbesondere durch die Verfügbarkeit leistungsfähiger Arbeitsplatzrechner dazu geführt, daß die Funktion der diese Systeme verbindenden Netzwerke von erheblicher Bedeutung für die Leistungsfähigkeit eines Unternehmens geworden ist. Innerhalb einer Organisation werden oftmals Systeme verschiedenster Hersteller eingesetzt, wodurch die Interoperabili...

TUBIS – Integration von Campusdiensten an der Technischen Universität Berlin

Hildmann, Thomas ; Ritter, Christopher (2007)

Die IT-Landschaft der Universitäten ist historisch gewachsen. Unterschiedliche Abteilungen und Fakultäten haben jeweils für sie optimale Softwarelösungen ausgewählt und in ihre Arbeitsabläufe integriert. Die aktuellen Anforderungen an die Universitäten erfordern eine Integration der unterschiedlichen Insellösungen. Die TU-Berlin setzt hierbei auf ein eigenes Produkt, das auf Basis verschiedener...

Clouddienste im Hochschuleinsatz 2016/2017

(2018)

Diese Veröffentlichung ist eine Fortsetzung der Reihe „Cloudspeicher im Hochschuleinsatz“. Die gleichnamige Tagung wurde mit dem DFN-Forum Clouddienste zusammengelegt. Das Themenspektrum wurde über das Hauptthema Cloudspeicher hinaus um rechtliche, vertragliche und weitere Clouddienste erweitert. Dieser Tagungsband fasst die beiden Veranstaltungen im Rahmen der DFN Betriebstagungen am 29. Septe...

Coding policy influence with ATLAS.ti

Sebök, Miklós (2016)

The paper provides a cursory analysis of the methodological problems of coding policy influence in ATLAS.ti. In a series of notes on a research project on Hungarian banking, the measuring problems of preference attainment are considered in the context of lobbying in developed democracies. Two such issues are discussed in more detail: The identification of policy issues in large-sized corpora (a...

The use of ATLAS.ti in investigating bullying in primary schools in the city of Tuxtla Gutiérrez, México

Gutiérrez Espinosa, Enrique ; Aguilar Gamboa, Hedaly ; Castellanos León, Verónica C. ; Carrillo González, Ileana del C. (2016)

Based on an apparent increase of bullying cases among primary school students in the city of Tuxtla Gutierrez, Chiapas, México, research was conducted to identify the characteristics of the various forms of violence and abuse among children of this age group. The results of this research aided school authorities in implementing a prevention program that increased student awareness of bullying a...

Teachers do not make mistakes?

Apelojg, Benjamin (2016)

This article provides some insights into the complex relationships between thinking and behavioral patterns, biographical aspects and teaching style. The data was analyzed in the Grounded Theory tradition and with the help of ATLAS.ti. The results presented here offer preliminary findings only since the research is still ongoing. The focus is on the ways teachers deal with mistakes. Based on tw...

Integrating ATLAS.ti into an undergraduate qualitative research course

Kalpokaite, Neringa ; Radivojevic, Ivana (2016)

This paper describes an evaluation of a qualitative research course for undergraduate psychology students at IE University (Instituto de Empresa, Segovia, Spain) by analyzing students' perceptions and experiences as gathered through an open-ended questionnaire. Students studied qualitative methods, learned to use the computer-assisted qualitative data analysis software (CAQDAS) ATLAS.ti, and ap...

Transcribing with ATLAS.ti

Zakaria, Rohaiza ; Musta'amal, Aede Hatib ; Amin, Nor Fadilah Mohd ; Saleh, Halmi Mashindra (2016)

Most qualitative studies engage interviews and/or observations in their data collection phase, which comprise of audio and/or video data. These data are usually transcribed into a written form for further analysis. Since transcribing takes considerable amount of time, an efficient tool is required to prepare for the transcription. In fact, there are many software available in the market to faci...

Using ATLAS.ti to facilitate data analysis for a systematic review of leadership competencies in the completion of a doctoral dissertation

Lewis, John Kennedy (2016)

The author used ATLAS.ti to conduct a systematic review of the literature on leadership competencies in fields undergoing rapid change to complete his dissertation. Studies were imported to ATLAS.ti for first, second and third stage analysis which led to the creation of final themes and concepts. The use of ATLAS.ti for coding encouraged a cyclical and iterative approach to data analysis that w...

Computer-assisted grounded theory analysis with ATLAS.ti

Friese, Susanne (2016)

In this paper I show how the various steps of a Grounded Theory analysis can be conducted in a computer-assisted environment. As the Grounded Theory approach was developed before the event of CAQDAS, the various steps and procedures have been described for manual ways of analysis. In newer books one finds references that this can of course also be accomplished in CAQDAS, but little detail is pr...

Documents and "their" actors

Stähler, Tobias ; Taylor, Trynitie (2016)

Framing has been termed a "fractured paradigm" by Robert Entman. Frames as media-text features are prime examples of coding complexity since frames may be regarded as factual media content or a loose extracted collection of data snippets docking at a specific theme or event. The potential of the concept for analyzing power relations within political communication is enormous and would benefit f...

Exploring actor-network theory and CAQDAS

Wright, Steven (2016)

This paper explores how ideas from actor-network theory (ANT) can be drawn on to inform ways of using computer assisted qualitative data analysis software (CAQDAS) in an ANT-oriented project. Through this it explores some of the challenges ANT poses to conventional uses of such tools, and the resources ANT provides for re-considering their agency in research practices and possibilities for futu...

Qualitative social network analysis with ATLAS.ti

McKether, Willie L. ; Friese, Susanne (2016)

Anthropologists have a rich tradition of using a networked approach in data analysis. The purpose of this article is to continue that tradition by demonstrating how social network analysis can be used by anthropologists to improve their analysis and reporting of ethnographic data, and thereby expanding the methodological tool kit traditionally used by anthropologists. We use a case study based ...

ATLAS.ti User Conference 2015

(2016)

Proceedings of the 2015 ATLAS.ti User Conference

Cloudspeicher im Hochschuleinsatz 2015

(2016)

Im Mai 2015 fand zum zweiten Mal die Tagung „Cloudspeicher im Hochschuleinsatz“ an der Technischen Universität Berlin statt. Das Interesse an diesem Thema ist weiterhin ungebrochen, die bisher diskutierten Aspekte wie Skalierbarkeit, Datenschutz und Datensicherheit, etc. werden im Zuge der fortschreitenden Einführung von Cloudspeichersystemen ergänzt um Fragen der hochschulübergreifenden Kooper...

The human right to housing: Using ATLAS.ti to Combine Qualitative and Quantitative Methods to Analyze Global Discourses

Kolocek, Michael (2014-11-24)

The paper is part of the author's PhD research considering the human right to housing. In this exploration, ATLAS.ti is utilized for a global discourse analysis of about 500 States Parties reports and 250 concluding observations of a hu­man rights committee. The author differentiates between two forms of inadequate housing: homelessness and SPaces of Inadequate Housing (SPIH). The Primary Docum...

The Role of Organizational Culture on a Subculture of Feedback

Hysong, Sylvia J. (2014-07-14)

Organizational culture has long been studied in relationship to organizational performance, though this relationship has not been established consistently. Martin (2002) suggested the simultaneous existence of a general culture, and multiple, context-specific subcultures in an organization. Are subcultures simply context-specific reflections of the lar­ger organizational culture? Or do they ser...

ATLAS.ti User Conference 2013

(2014-07-15)

The conference proceedings on the first international ATLAS.ti user conference brings together twenty articles from researchers around the world on various aspects of using the software in different research areas, on methodological issues and on issues around teaching and training. The article by Heiner Legewie provides a historic flashback on the ATLAS project and on how it all began at the T...

How to Collaborate as a Team Using ATLAS.ti Within a Shared Computing Environment

Arguillas, Florio ; Heslop, Janet ; Burlingame, Kim ; Block, William (2014-06-19)

This paper discusses three scenarios of Cornell University research teams collaboratively using ATLAS.ti on a shared computing environment. The first scenario involves a Project Administrator (PA) creating a master team HU and a team library on a shared folder. The two other scenarios discuss the pitfalls of not correctly managing team project files. We describe each scenario and offer step-by-...

Defining Professional Communication Skills for Malaysian Gradu­ates: Looking at trustworthiness

Ahmad-Tajuddin, Azza J. (2014-06-19)

Lincoln and Guba (1985) posit that trustworthiness of a qualitative research study is important to evaluate its worth. The use of data analysis software like ATLAS.ti raises the issue of trustworthiness–specifically: credibility, transferability, dependability, and confirmability–in defining the Professional Communication Skills (PCS) for Malaysian graduates. In this study, PCS for the workplac...