NVivo 1: Getting Started

When undertaking qualitative research, it doesn’t take long for things to get messy. You can quickly find yourself buried under interview transcripts, photographs, videos, memos, web sites, articles and other texts. Nvivo is a powerful data collection and analysis tool for the qualitative researcher. In this 90-minute workshop for beginners, we’ll look at strategies for getting your data into the system, setting up preferences for how you want to work, organizational principles, and other tips and tricks.

Workshop Topics

  • Getting to know the NVivo workspace
  • Exploring different types of Sources that can be analyzed
  • Basic Coding of Text and Multimedia Sources
  • Using Queries to explore and code your data
  • Recording comments and ideas

Prerequisites: None
Contact: cii.gsu.edu
Additional Information: Check out the library’s NVivo research guide.

Workshop Registration
If the date for which you want to register does not appear, that session is not available yet. Registration opens 4 weeks prior to the event date. In the meantime, we encourage you to check out available online training options Lynda.com and Skillsoft. The library also offers a variety of training workshops, as does the ODCS.

If no classes are listed here, there are no more of these open-enrollment sessions scheduled this semester.  Fortunately, all is not lost.  Faculty members can still schedule custom technology workshops for groups of eight or more people.  Also, faculty are welcome to get help for themselves by scheduling individual or small group appointments with Exchange instructional designers.  If these opportunities interest you, please contact the Exchange at exchange@gsu.edu or 404-413-4700.  And, as always, all Georgia State community members can access 24/7 online training at Lynda.com.