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Are you a RMIT postgraduate student or staff planning to use NVivo9 to manage the rich, messy qualitative data from interviews, ethnographies or documents in your research project?
This one day workshop will introduce you to the range of tools available in NVivo and give you hands on experience with them, as well as a comprehensive workbook for future reference.
By the end of the workshop you should be able to
- Create and store an NVivo project
- Bring in sources (data, literature, administrative materials)
- Create a coding (indexing) structure so you can find your way through the sources and begin data analysis
- Use coding, attributes and queries to interrogate your data and develop a richer analysis
- Use the tools that will help you display your results and ideas
Dr. Helen Marshall works in the Centre for Applied Social Research at RMIT University. She has seen NVivo evolve since its introduction in 1999. She has used it extensively in her own research, and has taught it at undergraduate and postgraduate level at several universities.