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Training

Researchware offers free online training on our products. This area of our web site contains all our online training videos.

Upcoming Webinars

bigstock-webinar-200x154Researchware offers free, live webinars demonstrating our products and their use. These webinars include opportunities to ask questions (via a text chat window) during and after the presentation.

 

For a complete schedule of upcoming events, see below. (Click on the event title for more information.)

 

Visit Researchware's YouTube channel for recorded replays of our webinars.

 

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HyperRESEARCH Basics Webinar Replay

The following four part recorded webinar covers an introduction to the basics of using HyperRESEARCH for code and retrieve based qualitative research. Each part should be viewed in order and is best viewed full screen.

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HyperRESEARCH Intermediate Webinar Replay

The following four part recorded webinar covers a number of intermediate features of HyperRESEARCH. The training assumes you have a basic understanding of coding and reporting in HyperRESEARCH or have viewed the HyperRESEARCH Basics online training. The training covers HyperRESEARCH's unique Theory Builder, Source Searching, Autocoding, Code Maps, and recoding/renaming of codes. Each part should be viewed in order and is best viewed full screen.

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Do You Know...

... that you can change the length of the segment that HyperTRANSCRIBE plays? Choose the Preferences menu item, and change the number of "Seconds to Play When Advancing". From now on, HyperTRANSCRIBE will play a segment of the new length when you press Shift-Space or when you press Tab to advance to the next segment.

Adjusting the segment length can help make your transcribing process more efficient. For example, if you often need to replay the segment before advancing to the next, try making the segment length shorter so that you can transcribe an entire segment in one pass. On the other hand, if you find it very easy to finish transcribing each segment without replaying it, making the segment length longer may improve your rate.
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