Do you know Pecha Kucha? It’s a presentation style from Japan where the speaker has 20 slides to present in 20 seconds each (6 minutes and 40 seconds in total). The format keeps presentation concise and to the point.
At the 2016 KWALON conference in Rotterdam, each qualitative data analysis software company who participated at the conference, did a pecha kucha to present the new features of the software and what they have done for qualitative research.
Normand Péladeau, Provalis Research CEO, presents some of the latest developments of QDA Miner and how they help improve qualitative research.
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