Dedoose is used at over 120+ countries, 20,000+ sites, by 50,0000+ people in a variety of ways. One of Dedoose's core strengths is its flexibility to adapt to your research style. Here are just a few examples of our users enhancing their research with Dedoose.
Diverse, progressive and centered in one of the most influential cities in the world, UCLA is a truly international university that offers a world of opportunity. Consistently ranked among the world's top-tier universities and powered by extensive resources, a renowned reputation and — most important — the will to make a real difference in the world, the result is clearly in the numbers. Researchers and educators at UCLA make use of Dedoose in a broad range of areas including, HIV prevention, Education, Sociology, Psychology, Medical, and Law.
The University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign has a unique breadth of research expertise, with world-renowned strengths in the arts, agriculture, business, the humanities, and the social sciences, as well as top-ranked programs in the natural sciences and engineering. Many of the technologies that enabled the modern electronic era were developed at the U of I, and year in and year out, we are among the top universities in NSF-funded research and development expenditures. Today, we’re building on that tradition, working to address society’s most pressing problems by doing what we do best—interdisciplinary research that drives positive change in our communities, our state, our nation, and the world.
The Centre for Labour Market Research is a consortium of The University of Western Australia, Curtin University of Technology, Murdoch University and the University of Canberra. The administrative office is located at the University of Canberra. Our objectives are to: Further the knowledge and understanding of labour markets and related issues, with special reference to Australian labour markets and other markets in the Asia Pacific Region; Promote the exchange of knowledge and expertise on labour economics and industrial relations between the academic community, governments, business and trade unions. Further work is taking place at the Inspire Centre which is a hub and network that applies innovative design thinking approaches to learning, communication and collaboration.
Discovery, problem-solving, critical thinking and creativity are features shared by great research and inspiring learning environments. At UTS, we integrate our approach to research and learning, so not only are our students engaged with the research our academics are undertaking, but also with inquiry-based approaches to research. As a result, our students graduate with knowledge of cutting edge practice informed by the future needs of our industry and community partners. This ensures we are developing the next generation of professionals and researchers who can lead our global society. UTS has a strong translational and social justice focus in health. Our research is highly engaged with the health sector, industry, practitioners and the worldwide research community. UTS has a strong translational and social justice focus in health. Our research is highly engaged with the health sector, industry, practitioners and the worldwide research community. Social Futures research at UTS is reflective of the increasingly complex nature of civil societies and the changes taking place in communities in Australia and around the world. Future Work and Industry--Understanding technological and societal changes in work and industry globally will be critical to the future quality of life and economic future of Australia, as we create new industries and adapt existing ones to changing environments.
The breadth, scope, and excellence of our research programs make Ohio State a leading force of innovation and change – locally, nationally, and globally. New discoveries and innovations are everywhere and the enthusiasm of the Ohio State research community is palpable. Ohio State is one of only a few universities in the U.S. that, in a single location, houses 15 different colleges, including seven health sciences colleges and a college of agriculture. Research activities are emerging from departmental and college silos and occurring within collaborative networks that stretch across traditional boundaries, both within and outside the university. Collaboration and partnership are the watchwords for the future, and through these, solutions to our greatest challenges will be surely be found.
The Division of Research supports FAU faculty conducting research, forging innovations and advancing science and technology in all disciplines. It assists in enhancing and growing the research enterprise at the university. Units within the division identify grant and funding opportunities, manage proposals and awards, protect intellectual property rights, and highlight research achievements and more. The division also promotes a number of entrepreneurial and economic development initiatives that give faculty, students and the community opportunities to launch start-ups, create jobs and reach for their dreams.
Benjamin Yeo is an Assistant Professor at the School for New Learning and one of many on the Depaul University taking advantage of Dedoose features in teaching and research. His research interests include innovation- and technology-driven economic growth and social informatics, using both quantitative and qualitative methods. Recent projects include studies on the social and cultural contexts in generating innovation-driven economic growth and the effectiveness of advertising on mobile platforms. Prior to academia, Benjamin Yeo worked in the industry as an Analyst in Regional Economics. He received a PhD in Information Science from the College of Information Sciences and Technology at the Pennsylvania State University.
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences is the world's preeminent movie related organization, comprised of 7,000+ accomplished men and women working in cinema. We recognize and uphold excellence in the motion picture arts and sciences, inspire imagination, and connect the world through the medium of motion pictures. The AMPAS leadership had increasing concerns about declining award's show audience and fragmentation in their marketing messaging and outreach. They hired a branding firm (Scarcliff | Salvador) and associated research consultants from SocioCulutural Research Consultants (SCRC) who put Dedoose to work in research that would help expose brand weaknesses and inform marketing direction.