Schedule

  • November 6
  • November 7
  • November 8
  • November 9
  • November 10
  • November 11
Doctoral students will present and discuss their research with peers and experienced researchers.

This session will pair more senior members in the field with up-and-coming researchers to provide guidance and advice about research and career trajectories.

Introduction to Reproducible Open Coding Kit (ROCK) | Szilvia Zörgő and Gjalt-Jorn Peters 

Participants will walk through the fundamentals of the Reproducible Open Coding Kit (ROCK) with a special focus on how it can be employed for QE analyses.

Introduction to ENA | Yuanru Tan and Golnaz Arastoopour-Irgens

This workshop will explore the basics of quantitative ethnography using ENA, explain the underlying theory of the tool, and discuss basic use.

Advanced ENA and rENA | Yeyu Wang

This workshop will introduce using rENA and combining ENA with other methods.

An opportunity for students, postdoctoral scholars, and other early career researchers to meet informally.

Open Science | Szilvia Zorgo, Brendan Eagan, and Daniel Spikol

Participants will discuss whether Open Science principles pertain to QE research, whether their implementation is feasible and if so, how.

Advanced ENA Interpretations | David Williamson Shaffer and Amanda Barany

This workshop will focus on interpreting ENA models and associated results.

Introduction to nCoder | Amanda Siebert-Everstone, Jaeyoon Choi, and Brett Puetz

This workshop will explore quantitative ethnographic analysis using nCoder, explain the underlying theory of the tool, and discuss basic use and common strategies.

Each symposium will have a unique format within the allotted 60-75 minutes which may include group discussion and presentations about the topic.

Each panel will have three or four 10-minute paper presentations including time for questions, followed by a moderated panel with the presenters where they will interact with each other’s ideas.

Paper Panel Session 1A | Moderator: Kamila Misiejuk

  • Bressler, D., Annetta, L., Dunekack, A., Lamb, R. & Vallett, D. How STEM game design participants discuss their project goals and their success differently. 
  • Nachtigall, V., Nößler, A., Sung, H. An Epistemic Network Analysis of Students’ Beliefs about Natural and Educational Scientists.
  • Wright, T., Oliveira, L., Espino, D., Lee, S., Hamilton, E. Getting there together: Examining patterns of a long-term collaboration in a virtual STEM makerspace. 

Paper Panel Session 1B | Moderator: Sarah Jung

  • Nyirő, J. & Zörgő, S. Comparing Parent and Physician Perspectives on the Transition to Palliative Care in Pediatric Oncology
  • Zörgő, S., Jeney, A., Csajbók-Veres, K., Mkhitaryan, S. & Susánszky, A. Mapping the Content Structure of Online Diabetes Support Group Activity on Facebook.
  • Shah, M., Siebert-Evenstone, A., Moots, H. & Eagan, B. Quality and Safety Education for Nursing (QSEN) in Virtual Reality Simulations: A Quantitative Ethnographic Examination
  • Andres, J., Hutt, S., Ocumpaugh, J., Baker, R., Nasiar, N. & Porter, C. How Anxiety Affects Affect: A Quantitative Ethnographic Investigation using Affect Detectors and Data-Targeted Interviews.

Symposium 1C: Engaging QE with a Policy Lens | Presenters: Brendan Eagan, Amanda Siebert-Evenstone, Eric Hamilton, Moira Faul, Lydia Ashton and Nancy Wong

This session will pair more senior members in the field with up-and-coming researchers to provide guidance and advice about research and career trajectories.

Learn about QE work in its formative stages, ask questions, give feedback and suggestions. This is a great chance to see where the QE community is headed and meet potential collaborators!

Vitomir Kovanović, UniSA Education Futures

Each symposium will have a unique format within the allotted 60-75 minutes which may include group discussion and presentations about the topic.

Each panel will have three or four 10-minute paper presentations including time for questions, followed by a moderated panel with the presenters where they will interact with each other’s ideas.

Paper Panel Session 2A: Quantitative Ethnography to explore what/which connections matter | Moderator: Mike Phillips

  • Mohammadhassan, N. & Mitrovic, T. Discovering Differences in Learning Behaviors during Active Video Watching using Epistemic Network Analysis.
  • Alzahrani, A., Tsai, Y., Kovanović, V., Marcos, P., Jivet, I., Aljohani, N. & Gasevic, D. Success-enablers of Learning Analytics Adoption in Higher Education: A Quantitative Ethnographic Study
  • Quesada, H. & Irgens, G. Constructing Interpretations with Participants through Epistemic Network Analysis: Towards Participatory Approaches in Quantitative Ethnography
  • Siebert-Evenstone, A. A qualitative analysis of connection-making in the NGSS

Paper Panel Session 2B: ENA… and Beyond! Moderator: Andrew Ruis

  • Tan. Y., Hinojosa, C., Marquart, C., Ruis, A. & Shaffer, D. Epistemic Network Analysis Visualization
  • Shaffer, D., Eagan, B. & Cai, Z. Zero re-centered projection: An alternative proposal for modeling empty networks in ENA
  • Swiecki, Z. The Expected Value Test: A New Statistical Warrant for Theoretical Saturation.
  •  Zörgő, S., Eagan, B., Peters, G., Porter, C., Donegan, S. & Moraes, M. Methodology in the Mirror: a Living, Systematic Review of Works in Quantitative Ethnography

Symposium 2C: Indigenous Quantitative Ethnography | Presenters: Meixi and Kahiwa Wehipeihana Sebire

Join Cody Marquart, lead software developer of ENA, nCoder, and other QE tools, for an informal Q&A session about QE software development.

Each symposium will have a unique format within the allotted 60-75 minutes which may include group discussion and presentations about the topic.

Each panel will have three or four 10-minute paper presentations including time for questions, followed by a moderated panel with the presenters where they will interact with each other’s ideas.

Paper Panel Session 3A | Moderator: Rogers Kaliisa

  • Nguyen, H. Exploring Group Discussion with Conversational Agents Using Epistemic Network Analysis
  • Benna, A. & Reynolds, K. Teachers’ beliefs shift across year-long professional development: ENA graphs transformation of privately held beliefs over time.
  • Carmona, G., Galarza, B. & Martinez-Medina, G. Exploring interactions between computational and critical thinking in open-ended collaborative-group tasks through Epistemic Network Analysis
  • Hamilton, E., Lee, S., Charles, R. & Molloy, J. Peering a generation into the future: Assessing workforce outcomes in the 2020s from an intervention in the 1990s

Paper Panel Session 3B | Moderator: Amanda Barany

  • Levine, P., Eagan, B. & Shaffer, D. Deliberation as an Epistemic Network: A Method for Analyzing Discussion
  • Schnaider, K., Schiavetto, S. & Spikol, D. Democracy and Social Inequalities in the Organization of Education During the COVID-19 Pandemic: The Case of Brazil and Sweden.
  • Nøhr, L.,  Løkkegaard, E., Norak, R., Stenalt, M. & Misfeldt, M. Changes, longings, and potentials for future pedagogical practices: Investigating university teachers’ experiences during the spring 2020 lockdown.
  • Espino, D., Tang, Y., Lador, O., Pham, S., Hokama, M., Oliveira, L., Lee, S. & Mbasu, Z. Reflections of health care workers on their in-hospital experiences during the onset of COVID-19

Symposium 3C: Considerations for the use of Quantitative Ethnography in Healthcare | Presenters: Jamie Boisvenue, Hee Soo Jung, Sarah Jung, Vitaliy Popov, Andrew Ruis, Abigail Wooldridge and Szilvia Zörgő

Introductory session for all first time attendees to ICQE and newcomers to the QE Community.

Join participants and facilitators as they reflect on their experiences from the first QE Accelerator, a new pre-conference training series for researchers who are new to Quantitative Ethnography (QE) and research tools such as Epistemic Network Analysis (ENA), and provide insights on introducing QE into others.

The community session will have a unique format within the allotted 60-75 minutes which may include group discussion and presentations about the topic.

Each panel will have three or four 10-minute paper presentations including time for questions, followed by a moderated panel with the presenters where they will interact with each other’s ideas.

Paper Panel Session 4A | Moderator: Zachari Swiecki

  • Knowles, M. Telling Stories of Transitions
  • Barany. A., Phillips, M., Kawakubo, A. & Oshima, J. Choosing Units of Analysis in Temporal Discourse
  • Scianna, J., Kaliisa, R., Boisvenue, J. J. & Zörgő, S. Approaching Structured Debate with Quantitative Ethnography in Mind. 

Symposium 4B: Participatory Quantitative Ethnography | Presenters: Simon Buckingham Shum, Golnaz Arastoopour Irgens, Hollie Moots, Michael Phillips, Mamta Shah, Hazel Vega Quesada and Abigail Wooldridge

Focused Community Session: Cyberinfrastructure for a transmethodological research community | Facilitator: David Williamson Shaffer

This session will pair QE community members in the field with up-and-coming researchers to provide guidance and advice about research and career trajectories.

This event is open to all and provides a chance for attendees to meet and discuss plans for a future conference(s) and other next steps for the development of the community.

Adam Lefstein, Ben Gurion University of the Negev

How we mean, and what that means for interpretation in ethnography

This event is open to all and provides a chance for attendees to meet and discuss plans for a future conference(s) and other next steps for the development of the community.

Doctoral students will present and discuss their research with peers and experienced researchers.

This session will pair more senior members in the field with up-and-coming researchers to provide guidance and advice about research and career trajectories.