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An introduction to NVivo

SpeakerJake Nash, Scholarly Commons, sc@library.illinois.edu
Date Apr 2, 2013
Time 5:30 pm - 7:00 pm  
Location 314 library
Cost Free
Sponsor University Library
Event type Workshop
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Are you looking for a way to drill deeper into your research and make meaningful connections?  NVivo is a qualitative analysis software suite that can help you analyze content such as text documents, audio and video.  Create codes for certain concepts and then generate graphs or neural networks to visualize your observed data.  NVivo is also a great tool to keep your literature review organized.  The workshop will acquaint you with the basics of the program to provide a solid foundation for working with NVivo.

-Learn what coding is and how it is done in NVivo

-Draw connections between codes in different documents and map them

-Build basic queries to mine your documents for word and concept occurrence.

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