Qualitative Data Analysis Using NVivo

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Park Library Computer Training Room (N201), Rockingham Library, Park Campus

Boughton Green Road

Northampton

NN2 7AL

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Qualitative Data Analysis Using NVivo
Sylvie Lomer

NVivo is software for qualitative data analysis. This workshop offers an introduction and hands-on experience with creating a project and coding. It is suitable for PhD students and academics interested in qualitative research who are already familiar with qualitative data analysis.

Topics covered:

  • What is NVivo
  • Adding sources
  • Creating a node tree
  • Practising different ways of coding

Learning Outcomes: Participants will have a chance to:

  • Explore the basic functions of NVivo.
  • Create a project for coding.
  • Practice deductive and inductive qualitative data coding using NVivo.

Please note, if you have already collected your data and are ready to start setting up your database, you can stay for the full 3 hours. If not, you may leave after 2 hours.

Schedule:

  • 10-11: basic introduction to NVivo
  • 11-12: practice coding with assigned tasks
  • 12-1: getting started on your project - independent work and trouble shooting

This workshop is open to any student currently registered on a research degree programme at the University of Northampton & also to interested UN staff. Further information is available from Simone Apel (simone.apel@northampton.ac.uk; 01604 893418).

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Park Library Computer Training Room (N201), Rockingham Library, Park Campus

Boughton Green Road

Northampton

NN2 7AL

United Kingdom

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Organiser The Graduate School, The University of Northampton

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The Graduate School plays a central role providing a University-wide framework for skills development, career preparation and administration to support all postgraduate research degree students, their supervisors and early career researchers.

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