ATLAS.ti Short Courses

Researchers working at computersATLAS.ti is qualitative data analysis software designed to help manage and analyze non-numerical data: text, video, audio, and graphics. ATLAS.ti supports many analytical approaches.  The e-learning modules introduce learners to the foundational building blocks and tools of ATLAS.ti. We designed these courses for learners in medicine, public health, nursing, and healthcare who want to jump start their analysis using ATLAS.ti.

When can I sign up?

Beginner Course registration and Office Hours are available now for CCTSI members. There is no cost for CCTSI members. One must be a member or become a CCTSI member (membership is free) to access any of the course offerings.

Where are the classes?

These are on-line, self-paced, asynchronous courses. They are available anytime through the CU e-Learning platform.

ATLAS.ti Beginner Course

Who should complete this course?

This is for learners who are new to ATLAS.ti, including researchers who are new to qualitative methods. This introductory course will introduce project set-up, project navigation, codes and coding, and basic tools for managing and analyzing data. A beginner course is available for either the Windows or Mac versions of the software. Course completion takes approximately 80 to 90 minutes.

ATLAS.ti Office Hours

Virtual drop-in office hours are available three days each week for current ATLAS.ti users who have urgent questions or need specific assistance using ATLAS.ti. Office hours are available on a first come, first served basis and only to CCTSI members. We will use Zoom to allow for screen sharing, troubleshooting, and walk-throughs. To schedule office hours, please select the option within the regular registration link below.

Also, please note that one must be a member or become a CCTSI member (membership is free) in order to attend any of the above short courses.