Fall 2015 NVivo workshops

We had a great response to our first NVivo workshops in the spring and are happy to offer three sessions this semester. Two introductory workshops will be held in the Alabama Digital Humanities Center and McLure Library. While NVivo is most often described as software for qualitative and mixed methods research, it’s a also a great tool for literature review, regardless of discipline, something we’ll discuss in an October workshop at McLure.

Here are the details:

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Introduction to NVivo
Thursday, September 24
12:30-1:30 p.m.
Alabama Digital Humanities Center (109A Gorgas Library)

NVivo is a qualitative data analysis package used to organize and analyze data in documents, audio, video, images, spreadsheets and database tables, literature reviews and bibliographies, web pages, social media content, and more. The software allows users to work with large amounts of data in many languages and supports a wide range of research methodologies. It is available in Gorgas and McLure libraries.

This session will introduce the key features of NVivo as attendees work through a sample project.

Registration is encouraged but not required. Register here: http://bit.ly/acadtech-fall15

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Introduction to NVivo
Friday, October 9
12:00-1:00 p.m.
McLure Library Room 33

NVivo is a qualitative data analysis package used to organize and analyze data in documents, audio, video, images, spreadsheets and database tables, literature reviews and bibliographies, web pages, social media content, and more. The software allows users to work with large amounts of data in many languages and supports a wide range of research methodologies. It is available in Gorgas and McLure libraries.

This session will introduce the key features of NVivo as attendees work through a sample project.

Registration is encouraged but not required. Register here: http://bit.ly/acadtech-fall15

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NVivo for Literature Review
Friday, October 16
12:00-1:00 p.m.
McLure Library Room 33

NVivo is a qualitative data analysis package used to organize and analyze data in documents, audio, video, images, spreadsheets and database tables, literature reviews and bibliographies, web pages, social media content, and more. The software allows users to work with large amounts of data in many languages and supports a wide range of research methodologies. It is available in Gorgas and McLure libraries.

This session will demonstrate the use of NVivo for literature review as attendees import a bibliographic library, code and query for authors and key themes, and export query results, visualizations, and bibliographic data.

Registration is encouraged but not required. Register here: http://bit.ly/acadtech-fall15

3 thoughts on “Fall 2015 NVivo workshops

  1. Hello, Melissa:

    I would like to attend the next series of NVIVO Workshops that you are presenting. Please email the dates and schedules if available.

    Thank you for your cooperation and assistance. I look forward to seeing you soon,

    Best Regards,
    Michelle Waters Tout

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