NVivo workshops: changing with the times.

Hi Everyone,So, universities are cutting back on research training, and in particular services for qualitative researchers. I am hearing this from students, staff, other trainers and experiencing it myself.  I find this very frustrating and have written ranty posts about it and then deleted them (precisely because they were too ranty). Sigh. I like doing training through … Continue reading NVivo workshops: changing with the times.

Coding and analysis tips for qualitative researchers

Photo by Hugo Rocha on Unsplash In this post, I share some of the tips I provide in my workshops on how to approach coding and analysis of qualitative data. Before I start, I want to put in the big disclaimer that most of this will depend on your research design. Having a clear idea of your research … Continue reading Coding and analysis tips for qualitative researchers

What I wish I knew when starting NVivo

Alex Shermon is the Research Community Coordinator for NVivo and Omeka at the University of Melbourne. He's currently undertaking a Masters in Global Media Communications, and completed his Honours thesis last year examining conservative media discourses in Australia. He has worked as a research assistant on a variety of projects in an archival and public … Continue reading What I wish I knew when starting NVivo

Here for NVivo? Let’s talk analysis first.

I’ve had the pleasure of engaging with lovely people on twitter, especially over the last few months. So, for my first post of the year, I wanted to share a little about myself. Namely, what I have learned through my time as a certified NVivo trainer. I have been a researcher for over 15 years … Continue reading Here for NVivo? Let’s talk analysis first.