NVivo 10: Software for Qualitative Data Analysis

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Date: 22 May - 23 May 2017
Venue: Room 2C18, Frenchay Campus
Time: 09:30 - 16:30 on both days

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NVivo is designed to facilitate the management of qualitative research and analysis. A powerful and logical software, similar in architecture to Microsoft packages, NVivo supports a range of qualitative methodologies, particularly those that rely principally on coding as the means of conceptualisation. It is also suitable for mixed methods projects.

This two day workshop will introduce you to the principles, functionality and application of NVivo in the context of real research projects, illustrating how it can be used throughout the research process; from research design and literature review, through data analysis and write-up. Using a combination of demonstration, discussion and hands-on practice you will use your own data and learn how to get the best from it. The workshop is facilitated by Dr Christina Silver or Dr Sarah Bulloch (University of Surrey and QDA Services) both experienced researchers and users of various computer-assisted qualitative data analysis software packages.

For more information about NVivo see the review on the CAQDAS Networking Project and visit the NVivo website.

Aimed at: UWE researchers, including postgraduate researchers.

How to attend

Important - This course is in high demand.

Please be aware that the maximum number of places that can be offered is eight researchers and a waiting list will operate should it become oversubscribed.

There is a significant financial cost to the Graduate School in offering this course, therefore please ensure that you are able to commit to attending both days and should you subsequently find that you cannot attend, you must let us know by emailing skillsdevelopment@uwe.ac.uk a minimum of five working days before the course.

Cost: Free to UWE PG researchers and research staff
Contact: Dr Paul Spencer
Telephone: +44 (0)117 32 81072
E-mail: skillsdevelopment@uwe.ac.uk

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