NVivo Courses

Fundamentals of NVivo 12 for Windows

Trainer: Sue Bullen

This workshop will be conducted online and run over 3 x two-hour sessions. You should attend each session to complete the workshop.

The workshop is a basic introduction to NVivo 12 for Windows.  If you are using NVivo for Mac, you are welcome to attend but should understand that there are many differences between platforms and it won’t be possible to show both environments.

The objective is to provide you with the information and practice you need to get started with your own project.

What’s covered?

  • A ‘big picture’ tour of NVivo, using a sample project.
  • Creating a new project. Understanding the NVivo Workspace and file structure.
  • Importing Word documents and PDF files. Reading and reflecting with annotations and memos. Making some connections via See Also Links.
  • Creating and defining codes. Coding, viewing coding, uncoding, moving and merging codes. Coding on. Understanding the power of an efficient coding structure.
  • Classifications, attributes (variables), values, cases. Importing classification sheets.
  • Word frequency and text search queries.
DateTime
Monday 21 September 202010:00am to 12:00pm
Tuesday 22 September 202010:00am to 12:00pm
Wednesday 23 September 202010:00am to 12:00pm

Register via CareerHub

Participants can count 6 hours towards RD7003 Professional Development as long as all 3 sessions are attended

Registrants will receive an Outlook calendar invitation for the 3 sessions which includes the Zoom details.


Moving on in NVivo for Windows

Trainer: Sue Bullen

*** Registrants must have attended the Fundamentals in NVivo course prior to attending this course or be very familiar with the topics covered in the Fundamentals course.  The Moving On course is for those who are familiar with the basics and are ready to learn some of the more advanced features.

Overview

This workshop will be conducted online and run over 3 x two-hour sessions. You should attend each session to complete the workshop.

The workshop explores features of the software not covered in the Fundamentals course. We will look at other kinds of data, with a particular focus on survey data (datasets), media, images and web data. In addition, you’ll be introduced to the coding queries and many of the visualisations available in the software.

What’s covered?

  • Preparing survey data for import. Using the Survey Wizard to setup the datasets for analysis.
    Importing media, images and web data.
  • Coding, Matrix coding and Cross-Tab queries. Working with attribute values and nodes to make comparisons.
  • Visualising the matrix and cross tab query result.
  • Other visualisations such as Charts, Comparison Diagrams.
  • Advanced find, sets and search folders for more advanced comparisons.
  • Mind map, project map and concept map; when to use them and how they can help with analysis
DateTime
Wednesday 7 October 202010:00am to 12:00pm
Thursday 8 October 202010:00am to 12:00pm
Friday 9 October 202010:00am to 12:00pm

Register via CareerHub

Participants can count 6 hours towards RD7003 Professional Development as long as all 3 sessions are attended

Registrants will receive an Outlook calendar invitation for the 3 sessions which includes the Zoom details.