NVivo for Analysis

This workshop is aimed at providing researchers with essential skills in using NVivo software. It is best suited to those who have collected or are in the process of collecting data. Researcher do not need any prior knowledge of NVivo.

The course is focussed on developing the essentials skills of NVivo through hands-on experience. Sample data will be provided, however those with their own data will be accomodated and encouraged to advance their ‘real’ projects. The course covers how to use NVivo, as well as the practical application of the software for data analysis so researchers walk away knowing how to use the software, as well as how to apply the software for their research.

By the end of this course, researchers will know how to:

  • Import data into NVivo from a variety of sources (documents, excel, video and audio files, pictures, web content)
  • Create, move and structure nodes
  • Code and analyse a variety of data
  • Ideas on how to approach the analysis and coding of their data
  • Create classifications and attribute categories such as demographic data for participants.
  • Run a variety of queries in NVivo such as: Text Search, Coding Queries, Matrix Coding and compound queries, as well as understand what insights each query provides.
  • Visualise data in NVivo using tools such as diagrams, graphs, charts and models.

In the course, researchers will be provided with training material. There will be time at the end of the workshop for students to work with their own data and ask questions that pertain to their own projects.

Things to note:

The sessions will be demonstrated in the Windows version of NVivo. There are differences between the Mac and Windows version.

The course consists of two sessions over two consecutive Fridays. It is expected that participants will turn up to both sessions. There are no discounts or refunds for only attending one day.

What people have said about the course:

… this is the best online course I’ve participated in, primarily due to the style, knowledge and way the training was delivered.

… This is the best course I have ever attended, online or even in person

Using NVivo for a Literature Review

NVivo can be a powerful tool to help you conduct your literature review in an effective and efficient way. This workshop introduces NVivo and is suitable for researchers at all stages.

By the end of the day, you will learn strategies to help you effectively complete a literature review using NVivo.

In the workshop, you will learn:

  • Importing material from Endnote
  • Importing material from the internet
  • Taking notes in NVivo
  • Use search features in NVivo such as text search (including your PDF’s and notes)
  • Sorting and structuring your literature and notes using NVivo
  • Manage reading lists and references in NVivo

Things to note:

The sessions will be demonstrated in the Windows version of NVivo. There are differences between the Mac and Windows version.

What people have said about the course:

“Wonderful course. This is changing my entire approach to classifying my literature. It will be a time saver for sure!”

“Anuja did a fantastic job of delivering the NVivo content. Everything was delivered clearly and it was easy to keep up considering I haven’t used NVivo in 5 years! I wish I knew about this course earlier, I would have had a completely different thesis. I will be using this method from now on to write my literature reviews. Thank you so much Anuja!”

“I think it is really easy for PhD students to get lost in the literature, particularly in the beginning of the PhD and this provides a structure and organization that is so desperately needed, regardless of discipline.”

“Thanks Anuja, I really wish I had done this course at the start of my PhD.”

ACSPRI April 2021: NVivo Essentials (Online)

I am honoured to once again be running and NVivo course for ACSPRI. This workshop is aimed at providing researchers with essential skills in using NVivo software. Those choosing to enrol in this course will be working on or about to embark on a research project. The course assumes no prior skills with using NVivo, however will cater for all levels of participants, from novice to advanced users.

Date: 22nd -23rd April, 2021.

More details and to book the course here: https://www.acspri.org.au/workshop-april-2021-nvivo-essentials-online.

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