– Working with Qualitative Data –
NVivo is one of the most powerful and widely used research packages for the analysis of qualitative data. It allows you to organise, code, search and analyse text documents (e.g. interviews and focus group transcripts, diaries, articles) as well as multimedia.
A new feature in NVivo 10 is that you can import and work with content from web pages and social media such as Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn. NVivo 10 also handles more data and it is more efficient and easier to use than previous versions of NVivo.
The Basic NVivo workshop will introduce you to the basic functions of NVivo, including setting up an NVivo project, importing and coding documents and other project items, and linking ideas in your data.
The Advanced NVivo workshop will enable you to explore and query your data; visualize relationships in your data using models, charts and other techniques, and report on your findings.
Who should attend?
The workshops are suitable for anyone working with qualitative data, such as postgraduate students, research and teaching staff, community groups, researchers in business and healthcare organisations.
Participants will receive a course handbook.
Venue Middlesex University, The Burroughs, Hendon, London NW4 4BT. Room to be confirmed.
- The following workshops will take place on Wednesday 6th & Thursday 7th April 2016 (10 am – 5 pm)
Day 1 Basic NVivo £150
Day 2 Advanced NVivo £150
£250 to attend Day 1 & Day 2 NVivo 10 workshops
Discounted rate (£150) for Day 1 & Day 2 NVivo 10 workshops for voluntary and community organisations
Bookings Places on each of the workshops are limited to 12 people and these are allocated on a first come first served basis. Participants can attend one or both workshops, but those who wish to attend day 2 workshop only, must have previous introductory training in NVivo.
To guarantee a place: Register now to book a place on the NVivo workshops.
Contact: Dr. Lisa Clarke for further information.
SPRC training in data analysis software – We also offer additional computer software training to support your research and professional needs. Workshops are currently available for SPSS (for statistical analysis) and ArcGIS (for mapping and spatial analysis).
For further information and enquiries, contact Alessio D’Angelo. For further information about SPRC and our activities please visit: www.sprc.info