NVivo for Qualitative Data Analysis - Summer edition (step 1-3)

  • Date: –16:00
  • Location: Ekonomikum Digitala bibliotekslabbet
  • Organiser: Uppsala universitetsbibliotek
  • Contact person: Camilla Zetterberg
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Welcome to a training session in which we will work with NVivo, software for qualitative data analysis. In the summer edition we offer NVivo for Qualitative Data Analysis step 1-3 consecutively. Sign up for the entire day or a single step.

As it might be challenging to spend an entire day in Zoom, we have made some adjustments in order to make the day as agreeable and rewarding as possible. We will focus on demonstrations in Zoom, followed by time designated for exercises on your own outside the Zoom meeting. We have also downsized step 3 by slimming down the parts that generally are not relevant for all participants, i.e. reports (Windows users only) and collaboration. This way, you will be able to take pauses.

Those of you who need more in-depth support on any NVivo related topics are welcome to book an individual appointment where we can focus on your project. Please get in touch if you have questions about the session.

9.30-11.30
Step 1:
Getting acquainted with NVivo and start coding your data

Brief introduction to NVivo and QDA

Importing and organising your data

Classifying your data using cases and classification sheets

Creating and managing nodes

Coding your data

11.30-12.30 Lunch break

12.30-14.30
Step 2: Analyse and visualise your coding

Querying and exploring your data

Comparing and displaying cases, files or nodes

Visualizing your project

14.30-15.00 Break

15.00-15.45
Step 3: Export, share and collaborate

Extract data for use in other software

Export and share

Collaborating with colleagues

Comparing coding by different users

To be able to practice during the day, you need to have NVivo installed on your computer. There is a free trial available here: https://www.qsrinternational.com/nvivo/trial-nvivo During the session we will demonstrate in NVivo for Windows.

This course is open to and free of charge for students and employees at Uppsala University.

If you are planning to use in NVivo in a collaborative research project, you can contact the library to book a tailored session for all researches working on the project.
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