NVivo for a Literature Review: Online (1 day)

This master-class introduces NVivo, and takes researchers through the process of sorting and organise literature and notes from readings in a systematic way. NVivo can be a powerful tool to help you conduct your literature review in an effective and efficient way.

 

Course timetable:

9.30am  - 11.00am: Zoom session (overview)
11.00am- 11.15am: Break
11.15am- 12.45pm: Zoom session (exercises incl.)
12.45pm- 1.45pm: Lunch
1.45pm  - 3.15pm:  Zoom session (exercises incl.)
3.15pm  - 3.30pm: Break
3.30pm  - 4.30pm: Zoom: Question/answer/revision

 

This course is being held online via Zoom and run on Australian Eastern Standard Time (GMT +10)

 
Master Class - runs over 1 days
Instructor: 

Dr Anuja Cabraal is an experienced qualitative researcher, and a global certified platinum trainer of NVivo. She has over 15 years worth of research experience, and has been a trainer for almost a decade. She has taught qualitative research methods at both an undergraduate and postgraduate level. She has worked on projects from a wide variety of disciplines including, (but not limited to) business, sociology, development, architecture, law and learning and teaching.

About this course: 

NVivo can be a powerful tool to help you conduct your literature review in an effective and efficient way. This workshop introduces NVivo, and takes researchers through the process of sorting and organise literature and notes from readings in a systematic way.

 

The workshop is relevant to researchers at all stages and across all disciplines. No prior knowledge of NVivo is necessary in order to attend the class. It starts from the very basics of the software. 

Course syllabus: 

 

  • Importing material from Endnote
  • Importing material from the internet
  • Taking notes in NVivo
  • Use search features in NVivo such as text search (including your PDF’s and notes)
  • Sorting and structuring you literature and notes using NVivo
  • Manage reading lists and references in NVivo

 

By the end of the workshop attendees will:

  • Have a basic understanding on how to use NVivo
  • How to get the most out of their literature using NVivo
Course format: 

This workshop will take place online via Zoom. All material will be provided.

 

You will need to have NVivo installed on your computer prior to the session. It is recommended that you try and install it at least 2 or three days before the session. You can install a trial version of the software here  https://www.qsrinternational.com/nvivo-qualitative-data-analysis-software/try-nvivo

 

It is recommended that you have used some reference management system such as Endnote, Mendeley, Zotero etc and have one of those installed on your computer.

 

Recommended Background: 

It is recommended that you have used some reference management system such as Endnote, Mendeley, Zotero etc and have one of those installed on your computer.

Recommended Texts: 

 
 

FAQ: 

Q. Do I need to know how to use NVivo?
A. NO. This course assumes you have no prior knowledge of NVivo

 

Q. Do I need to have NVivo installed on my computer?
A. YES, you will need to have NVivo installed on your computer prior to the session. It is recommended that you try and install it at least 2 or three days before the session. You can install a trial version of the software here https://www.qsrinternational.com/nvivo-qualitative-data-analysis-software/try-nvivo

 

Program where course next likely to be offered: 
Master-class May 2021: NVivo Literature Review: Online