In this course you will be introduced to NVivo, a software program used for qualitative research methods such as grounded theory (GT), content analysis, phenomenology, discourse analysis, literature reviews, and more. NVivo facilitates your research process, specifically, it makes it easier for you to organize and sort rich text research data.
Course description and content
You will learn how to use NVivo effectively for different research methods. We will show and explain NVivo’s structure, basic functions and the terminology used in the software. We are also going to touch upon various tools to facilitate the iterative process for coding data in transcribed individual interviews and focus groups as well as open-ended survey responses.
The course consist of two sessions. During the second session, we will introduce more advanced functions mixed with hands-on exercises, and a QA session based on participants questions.
The course does not require any previous knowledge of NVivo or similar tools. It is required that you have the NVivo program installed when you attend the course.
Dates and registration
NVivo For Windows on January 26 and February 2
Session 1: Jan 26. Session 2: Feb 2. Time: 10.00–12.00. Place: In Zoom
NVivo For Windows on March 31 and Aprile 7
Session 1: March 31. Session 2: Aprile 7. Time: 10.00–12.00. Place: In Zoom
NVivo For Mac on March 3 and 10
Session 1: March 3. Session 2: March 10. Time: 10.00–12.00. Place: In Zoom
NVivo For Mac on May 4 and 11
Session 1: May 4. Session 2: May 11. Time: 10.00–12.00. Place: In Zoom
You are welcome to book an appointment for individual support or as a group. Contact us at Book Researcher Support.
Technical support and installation
Lund University has a campus license for the software which is produced by QSR International. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for technical support and installation.