The following list links the author to their papers and presentations from the 2005 conference onward.

Karen Buchanan (2006)
Theory, Method, and Software: political ecology, qualitative methods and NVivo7

Chih Hoong Sin (2005)
Teaching and Managing Practitioner-researchers in the use of N6: the case pf large-scale evaluations

Chih Hoong Sin (2006)
Using QDAS in the production of policy evidence by non-researchers: strengths, pitfalls and implications for consumers of policy evidence

Sarah Edwards, Karen Miller, Sharon Millar & Clare Tagg (2006)
Early Adopters of NVivo 7

Karla Eisen, Izabella Zandberg & Susan Berkowitz (2006)
Incorporating NVivo into a Large Qualitative Project

Janice Fong (2006)
Exploring the use of QSR software for understanding quality – from a research funder’s perspective

Linda Gilbert, Dan Kaczynski (2005)
Exploring distance sharing technologies for teaching QDA

Linda Gilbert (2006)
Tools and Trustworthiness: a historical perspective

Dan Kaczynski, Linda Gilbert & Melissa Kelly (2006)
Exploring the forces of application-sharing technologies upon NVivo: Promoting and Supporting adoption

Helen Marshall (2006)
What examiners like in a qualitative thesis & how software can help us deliver it

Sandra Spickard Prettyman & Kristi Jackson (2006)
Ethics, Technology, and Qualitative Research: Thinking through the Implications of New Technologies

Lyn Richards (2005)
Moving up: how research and teaching will change with NVivo 7

Lyn Richards (2006)
Farewell to the Lone Ranger? What happened to qualitative = small?

Tom Richards (2005)
Draft preview of pre-beta version of QSR NVIVO 7

Roger Vallance (2005)
Working with Longitudinal Qualitative Date: Using NVivo as an Analytic Tool

Roger Vallance, Ming-Huei Lee (2005)
NVivo as an Aid towards Analytic Rigour when Researching in Non English Languages and Cultures

David Woods (2006)
The Qualitative Analysis of Video and audio using Transana