Using NVivo: a one day crash course for qualitative researchers, Fri 9th Nov

9:30am to 5:30pm, Friday 9th November at the Manchester Digital Laboratory 

Suitable for complete beginners or those who need a refresher, this intensive one day course will cover all the core functionality of NVivo:

  • An overview of the software
  • Managing and importing your data
  • Coding strategies and techniques
  • Analysing visual and multimedia data
  • Using memos effectively
  • Using annotations and see also links
  • Relationships and modelling
  • Querying your data
  • Managing the complexity of your project

£50 for PhD Students, £100 for all others

Press below to go to the booking form:

Eventbrite - Using NVivo: a one day crash course for qualitative researchers

All participants will receive an electronic resource pack which covers the material from the course and provides guidance on continuing to develop proficiency with the software. To take part you will need a laptop with NVivo installed. A 30 day free trial of NVivo 10 is available from the QSR website.

To keep costs down lunch is not included. But the venue is in the heart of Manchester’s famous Northern Quarter and is surrounded by excellent cafes and bars. There will also be LOTS of tea and coffee.

If you are a wheelchair user and are interested in this training event, please contact me and I’ll try to arrange a session which can accomodate you.

Mark Carrigan has taught NVivo extensively at the University of Warwick and acted as a NVivo trainer and consultant for the EU FP7 funded MYPLACE project. For more information see his website. Please feel free to get in touch via e-mail or twitter if you have any questions.

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