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NVivo is a powerful qualitative data analysis tool and is used across faculties and directorates by staff and student researchers. You'll find plenty of NVivo resources from the drop-downs below. New online NVivo courses are scheduled for January 2020.
Overview of how NVivo can help in your research project. Hands-on experience of coding, importing data, initial analysis, data types, concepts underlying qualitative data analysis.
Includes these features: classifications, coding audio, video & images,
transcription, coding, queries, visualisations, social media, Endnote bibliographies. Recommended that you have followed Nvivo Part 1 Self-Paced Introductory Course or have a knowledge of importing data files, text coding, node creation and simple text queries (items covered in NVivo Part 1 course notes, units 1, 2 and 3).
Log into the NVivo course in Moodle to download these notes (you'll need to click the Self-Enrol button on the opening page): https://moodle.brookes.ac.uk/course/view.php?id=34651
Videos on NVivo
selected by Alex Friend.
This video selection covers a variety of topics on NVivo. I've selected the videos for their ability to explain the topic in question, plus at least reasonable sound and visual quality. If you are short of time,
watch the two below which provide an introduction to coding in NVivo and more generally in qualitative analysis.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IDYZe0obn-4 University of Hull, Coding in NVivo (refers to version 11 but still largely applicable to version 12)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7X7VuQxPfpk Graham Gibbs, University of Huddersfield on Alan Bryman's 4 Stages of Qualitative Analysis.