Early Bird Registration - Register by July 31 to secure exclusive benefits.


Lumivero Virtual Conference

September 25-26, 2024

Save your spot to experience specialized content tracks for qualitative researchers, statisticians, risk managers, field experience educators, and more!
Deadline for Presentation Abstracts: July 12, 2024

Lumivero Virtual Conference 2024

Join us as we dive into the world of data in our free virtual conference! Explore new techniques for qualitative, mixed methods, and statistical data analysis, learn best practices for ensuring student success in field experience outcomes, and hear how experts in your industry are leveraging Lumivero software to drive innovation and strategy. Plus, with countless Lumivero software workshops and networking sessions, you’ll walk away with clear, actionable insights that let you take your research and data analysis to the next level straight away.

Early Bird Registration

Register by July 31 to secure exclusive benefits, which offer unique networking opportunities and the chance to significantly amplify your skillset.

Lumivero Virtual Conference 2023

70+ Presentations
20+ Product Workshops
8 Keynote Industry Leader Speakers
Days of Insights
1 Experience for Better Insights, Research, and Outcomes

Conference Tracks

The focus of the call for presentations is on powerful data analysis methods and field experience management. We welcome presentation proposals exploring, but not limited to:

  • Statistical Methods and Applications
  • Qualitative Research Methods
  • Mixed Methods Research
  • Risk Analysis
  • Teamwork
  • Managing Field Experience Programs
  • Accreditation in Higher Education
  • Writing and Reference Management

Early Bird Registration

VIP Access

Register by July 31, 2024

Register early to secure these exclusive benefits, which offer unique networking opportunities and the chance to significantly amplify your skillset. With limited slots, this is an opportunity that's not to be missed.
Lumivero Expert Sessions:

Get an all-access pass to informal sessions with our top-tier trainers, experts, and consultants. Dive deep into industry expertise and learn directly from those who have the knowledge and excellence in our disciplines and industries.


Keynote Speakers

Keynote Topic:

Redefining Intelligence: AI as a Collaborative Partner in Higher Education

Dr. Christina Agvent

Dr. Christina Agvent

Trifecta Education

Dr. Christina Agvent, with more than 30 years in the field, blends technology and learning. With a PhD in Adult Learning and Development and an MA in Computers in Education, she transitioned from a public school teacher to a higher education administrator. Dr. Agvent champions rethinking education to incorporate AI, focusing on its ethical and effective use. Through her books "AI-engagED: Future-proof Education" and "GPT3: Villain or Superhero," she offers practical strategies for enhancing education with AI. She consults on AI's ethical integration in education and speaks widely on the topic. More at www.TrifectaEducation.com.

Keynote Topic: 

Reflexive Thematic Analysis

Dr. Virginia Braun

Dr. Virginia Braun

Professor, Faculty of Science, Psychology
Waipapa Taumata Rau, University of Auckland

Dr. Virginia Braun (Ginny; she/her they/them) is a Professor in the School of Psychology at Waipapa Taumata Rau, University of Auckland. A feminist and critical health psychologist, Ginny teaches and researches gender, sex/uality and health related topics. However, Ginny is most known for the development of an approach to thematic analysis (with AP Victoria Clarke and others), and for qualitative methodological writing more broadly. Award winning books with Victoria Clarke are Successful Qualitative Research: A Practical Guide for Beginners (Sage, 2013) and Thematic Analysis: A Practical Guide (Sage, 2022). They also edited (with Dr. Debra Gray) Collecting Qualitative Data: A Practical Guide to Textual, Media and Virtual Techniques (Cambridge, 2017) and have websites on thematic analysis (thematicanalysis.net) and story completion (storycompletion.net).

Keynote Topic:

Unlocking Product Perception with CATA Data Analysis

Dr. Ann Colonna

Ann Colonna

Sensory Consumer Science Program Director
Senior Faculty Research Assistant II, Food Innovation Center, Oregon State University

Ann is currently in her 23rd year at the Food Innovation Center in Portland, Oregon, an off-campus Oregon State University Experiment Station, where she serves as the Sensory Program Director. She assists industry clients with sensory and consumer testing and collaborates in mission-oriented research designed to advance Northwest agriculture and food products. Recent work includes: cross cultural acceptance and food neophobia studies of barley tea and kombucha in the U.S., Korea, and Spain; defining market acceptance of U.S. grown tea in Japan, Taiwan, and Korea; investigating motivations for meat consumption/reduction relating to sustainability, environmental considerations, and demographics; consumer testing of novel edible film packaging; testing claims using auction methodology to test how apple quality drives purchase behavior; consumer assessment of a novel product category – Pacific NW bigleaf maple syrup; consumer assessment of Oregon grown olive oil vs. foreign imports, among others.

Workshop Topic:

From Codes to Themes

Jonny saldana

Johnny Saldaña

Professor Emeritus
Arizona State University

Johnny Saldaña is Professor Emeritus from Arizona State University’s School of Film, Dance, and Theatre. He is the author of Developing Theory Through Qualitative Inquiry, Longitudinal Qualitative Research: Analyzing Change through Time, Fundamentals of Qualitative Research, The Coding Manual for Qualitative Researchers, Thinking Qualitatively: Methods of Mind, Ethnotheatre: Research from Page to Stage, Writing Qualitatively: The Selected Works of Johnny Saldaña, co-author with the late Miles and Huberman for Qualitative Data Analysis: A Methods Sourcebook, and co-author with Matt Omasta for Qualitative Research: Analyzing Life. Saldaña’s qualitative methods works have been cited and referenced in more than 37,000 research studies conducted in over 135 countries.

Learn How to Present at the Lumivero Conference

There are two options for conference presentations.

Research Presentation:

The research presentation includes a description of the research project or study with methods, data collection, analysis, and findings. If you used Lumivero software, explain how it impacted your research. For this abstract type, we will also accept papers where Lumivero software has not been used.

Lumivero Software Use Case Presentation:

The software use case demonstrates how the use of Lumivero software has impacted your research or work. The use cases can showcase an innovative use or application of Lumivero software. The presentation can be any topic that focuses on one or more of the Lumivero solutions. For this abstract type, Lumivero software must have been used or will be used.

Presentations Abstract Guidelines:

  1. 250 words maximum.
  2. No footnotes or bibliography.
  3. Titles: Capitalize the first, last, and all major words in between (nouns, pronouns, verbs, adjectives, adverbs, and some conjunctions).
  4. Authors/Contributors: List authors/contributors as first name, middle initial (optional), last name.
  5. Affiliation: Include affiliation for each author – department, organization.
    Please note that your online submission (abstract) will be used as the text for the final program.

Presentation Description:

Sessions will be up to 30 minutes long, which includes answering questions in real-time verbally or in the chat. The virtual sessions will be presented live and recorded for attendees to view up to 30 days post conference.

Apply Now

Deadline: July 12, 2024

FAQ For Presenters

How can I present at the Lumivero Conference?

A call for presentations for the Lumivero Conference will be released on April 22, 2024. Further details and instructions on how to submit a presentation abstract can be found here on the conference web page until the deadline of July 12, 2024.

How do speakers present at the virtual conference?

Speakers will present live. All presenters will be able to answer questions in real-time verbally or in the chat. After the session, presentations will be added to the on-demand section of the conference platform.

What equipment do I need to present and attend?

You will need a computer, laptop, or tablet and a good internet connection. Zoom Events recommends: Google Chrome: 53.0.2785 or higher, Safari: 10.0.602.1.50 or higher, Firefox: 76 or higher, Internet Explorer: 10 or higher.

Who can attend the virtual conference?

Anyone who is interested! The Lumivero Conference welcomes attendees with a variety of interests in topics ranging from risk analysis and simulation to data analysis, statical analysis, qualitative data analysis, reference management, and student placement management. You do not have to be a Lumivero software user to participate and it’s free!

How much does it cost to register?

Registration is free. What’s included with my registration? Registration includes access to all sessions, an exhibit hall, and networking opportunities. All registrants will be able to access content after the conference for up to 30 days. Plus, at the end of the conference you will receive a virtual conference bag.

What equipment do I need to attend?

You will need a computer, laptop, or tablet and a good internet connection. Zoom Events recommends: Google Chrome: 53.0.2785 or higher, Safari: 10.0.602.1.50 or higher, Firefox: 76 or higher, Internet Explorer: 10 or higher.
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