2nd Annual QE Community Data Challenge: Life in the Time of Covid-19

On behalf of the International Society for Quantitative Ethnography (ISQE):

Happy Spring!!

The International Society for Quantitative Ethnography (ISQE) is excited to announce it’s 2nd Annual QE Community Data Challenge: Life in the Time of Covid-19 ISQE is a professional organization that supports and promotes research that unifies qualitative and quantitative analysis of human thought, behavior, and interaction. The QE community continues to be uniquely placed to help the world make sense of how society reacts to this crisis and its effect on everyday life. Unfortunately, this pandemic continues to be a central concern in health care, politics, education, economics, and every aspect across the globe.

The 2nd QE Community Data Challenge will take place over one week (April 18 – 25, 2021) in which members of the QE community will work in small teams to analyze pre-selected or newly created datasets related to life during COVID-19. It is also an opportunity for people to interact with others in the QE community and collaborate on meaningful work; learn from each other about tools, methods, data; and collectively make an impact during a global crisis.

This event is open to everyone, regardless of experience level. Register now!

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