I run workshops on qualitative research methodology and design, application of NVivo software and provides consultation and mentoring services for researchers at all levels as well as research teams and departments.

I am a qualitative researcher, and have been for almost 20 years. For the last ten years, I have been a global certified platinum trainer of NVivo, a qualitative research software program. My training skills also extend to coaching and consulting in qualitative research methods, as well a range of CAQDAS software programs including MAXQDA, Quirkos, Delve and Dedoose.

My skills allow me to research in a variety of qualitative methods and disciplines. I have researched in areas such as social welfare, migration and mobility, learning and teaching, architecture and psychology. I’ve been privileged to work on larger research projects including Royal Commissions.

I provide research methods training, software training and coaching services for research students and academic staff. I run workshops on how to use and apply research software.

Please get in touch if you would like to organise a training session or consultancy. You can contact me by completing the form below or via email: anuja.cabraal (at) gmail.com. I’m looking forward to hearing from you.

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  1. Anuja,

    Thank you for your informative posts. I plan to capture my research journal in NVivo. I think I have two ways to accomplished this:

    1) I can create journal entries external to NVivo using word and then import it

    adv = file is backed up on my computer
    disav = time taken to import into Internal folder

    2) I can create journal entries internal using memo functionality

    adv = quicker
    disav = no second copy (also this options tightly couples me to NVivio; what
    would it mean if I ceased being a student and did not renew lic)

    Both appears to provide the same word type functionality.

    Do you have any thoughts? Presently, I am thinking I am over analyzing it and I just need to pick either solution and get on with it.

    Thanks
    Andrew
    UAE

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  2. Hi Anuja, I tried to email you but seems to have the wrong email. Please feel free to contact me because I have some exciting research findings to share with you 🙂

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