Catalogue of Irish Qualitative Research
Browse through the IQDA catalogue of Irish qualitative research to find out what Irish qualitative data has already been conducted. This catalogue provides an extensive record of qualitative research that has been conducted in Ireland.
Search the catalogue of Irish qualitative research for a particular study. Our powerful search facility allows you to efficiently find the records that you need. Researchers can search by using keywords, title, location, time-period and more. There is also a map search available that allows for greater flexibility when searching by location.
Find data that is archived and available for access through IQDA (links to Qualibase)
ADD A RECORD
If you have conducted Irish qualitative research yourself, you can add your own record by creating a catalogue entry. Catalogue entries describe your research. Adding information about your own research will enable you to make connections with others interested in your work. Remember to LOG IN first.
There is an option in the form to have your work considered by the IQDA. If your work is deemed appropriate, we will give you extra privileges that allow you to upload files associated with your work, such as interview transcripts. Doing so will allow others to benefit from your research and enable you to make connections with others.
CREATE A DATA ENTRY
Qualitative data entries have extended functionality over catalogue entries. As well as being able to store meta-data you can also upload file attachments, such as interview notes. This type of data entry is restricted to authorised users only. To obtain access, create a Qualicat entry of your proposal then choose yes when asked if you would like your work considered. Remember to LOG IN first.
IQDA EDUCATION RESOURCES
Collection of audio and visual material covering a series of sociological topics. The IQDA Learning Resources work as a self-guided learning tool for students.
Collection of audio clips that educators can use in the classroom. Educators can also apply to the IQDA for access to transcripts for teaching purposes.
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