- June 25, 2014 @ 10:00 am – 11:30 am
Main Campus - Classroom South - Room: 401 (PC Lab)
Writing a literature review involves reading text sources, pulling
out or “coding” themes in those sources, exploring and analyzing the
patterns among those themes, and then presenting a narrative of the
insights that the existing research lends your own original research.
This can be a pretty daunting task. Fortunately, tools like NVivo can
help you find connections and organize your thoughts. In this session,
learn how NVivo can help you improve your literature review writing
Import references from Zotero or EndNote
Organize and classify the literature by source types
Code the literature for major themes
Do text and coding queries to explore themes
Prerequisites: None. This is a stand-alone NVivo course.
E-mail the Exchange: firstname.lastname@example.org
Additional Information: Check out the library’s NVivo research guide.
Name: The Exchange
Phone: (404) 413 4700
Main Campus – Classroom South
Room: 401 (PC Lab)