NVivo, Session 1, Sept 2017

Participants are required to commit to attend both Day 1 & Day 2 and places are limited to 15.

No prior experience is necessary however some knowledge of qualitative research is helpful. 
This session covers importing sources (.doc, .pdf, .wav .jpg, datasets etc) and and how to begin coding. Strategies for managing the coding process, developing good coding hierarchies, and research project management are discussed. 
All strategies presented can equally be applied to literature and empirical data. 
Questions are encouraged, and participants are also welcome to work alongside the demo on their own data (empirical or literature).

Speaker

Dr Jenine Beekhuyzen
All sessions are run by Dr Jenine Beekhuyzen who has a wealth of experience in qualitative research design and analysis. Jenine has more than a decade of experience training in NVivo software, and has more than 50 peer-reviewed publications.

Date/Time Information:

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TimeZone (Australia/Sydney)
Tuesday, September 5, 2017 9:30:00 AM AEST - 12:30:00 PM AEST
Duration: 3 hour(s)

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