NVivo training for PGRs and staff doing research

Would you like to learn how to use NVivo? NVivo is a qualitative data analysis (QDA) management tool and Dr Hala Mansour is running two in-person workshops for the Graduate School, one for beginners in November and one for more experienced users in December on campus at Waterside. The workshops are open to Postgraduate Research Students and Early Career Researchers, academics and research staff.

A beginner’s workshop will run on 15th November from 10am to 1pm. It is intended for PGRs and academics who have yet to use NVivo and who may be considering its use in future, or for those who are only just beginning to use NVivo. The session will explore how to create a project in NVivo, how to import data, how to code data, how to create a node tree and add memos to data. You can book here on Gateway Basic Guide to NVivo (ON CAMPUS).

The Advanced guide to NVivo will run on 5th December 10-12, again in-person on campus. This workshop is intended for those who have some experience of NVivo, have entered their data and want to know more how to work with it. You must feel confident in the basics of NVivo (adding data sources, creating node trees and coding) or have been on the beginner’s workshop (above) BEFORE attending this workshop, as it will be set at advanced level. Again, you can book your place here Advanced guide to NVivo (ON CAMPUS)

Both workshops will be run by Dr Hala Mansour from the Faculty of Business and Law. PGR participants should download the software for NVivo from the Student Hub, IT Services, Software button. If you are a member of staff with a UON computer you will need to contact IT Services to do this for you, as Administration rights are needed, so please allow some time for this to happen. If you have any questions about the workshops please contact Hala or Simone.

About Simone Apel

Researcher Developer for The Graduate School, University of Northampton.

Posted on October 31, 2022, in Events, Workshops & Training and tagged , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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