NVivo 11 Workshop
Getting started in NVivo 11 • Wednesday, October 31, 2018, 11:30am-12:30pm
Have you begun conducting qualitative research, but are finding it difficult to keep your data organized? Would you like a better way to manage data analysis? If so, come learn the basics of NVivo 11, a software tool designed for the collection and analysis of qualitative data sources.
This NVivo overview will include a demonstration of the presenter's research to present real-life examples of qualitative research in the social sciences. Participants will receive a free copy of the NVivo 11 Getting Started Guide.
- Navigating the NVivo Workspace
- Uploading and linking different data sources
- Structuring of data to facilitate coding
- Basic coding and analysis of text sources
Prerequisites: Familiarity with qualitative research methodology.
Presenter: Walker Library’s Education Librarian, Dr. Karen Reed
Location: Walker Library, LIB 264A (Instruction Classroom)