Call for Participation ATTW 2017 Research Methods Workshops

ATTW 2017 Research Methods Workshops

Portland, Oregon March 14, 2017 12:30-4:30
Application deadline: December 15th
Scholarships are available! 
 
The Research Methods Workshops are an initiative of the Association of Teachers of Technical Writing (ATTW) aimed at providing an opportunity for those entering the profession and those less trained in research to develop more sophisticated research skills.
This year, ATTW is sponsoring two Research Methods Workshops. Each workshop focuses on a methodology for data analysis and is designed to help researchers devise and try out an analytic approach. 
 

2017 Workshops

Ryan K. Boettger, University of North Texas, on Conducting Quantitative Content Analysis focuses on CA as an empirical method for analyzing text, images, maps, sounds, and symbols. (Full workshop description). 
 
Laurie E. Gries, University of Colorado-Boulder, on Iconographic Tracking: A Digital Research Method for Circulation Studies focuses on digital research strategies for tracing the cirulation, transformation and consequentiality of new media artifacts as modeled in Still Life with Rhetoric (Gries 2015). (Full workshop description).  
 
These two half-day workshops will be held in Portland, Oregon on Tuesday afternoon, March 14, 12:30-4:30. This is the day preceding the ATTW conference (March 15) and the CCCC conference (March 15-18).
 
Registration for each workshop is $100. Ten scholarships of $200 each are available to graduate students to defray the cost of the workshop and hotel.
 
Applications are due December 15, 2016 and acceptances will emailed to you by Jan 2, 2017.
 
Participation in these workshops is awarded on a competitive basis and constitutes a place on the ATTW program.
 
If you have not registered for an account at attw.org, you will need to register before you will be able to access the application form.
 
Questions about these workshops can be directed to Cheryl Geisler (cgeisler@sfu.ca), Chair of the ATTW Committee on Research.
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