Introduction to NVivo12 for Windows
This course introduces delegates to using NVivo 12 for windows to support qualitative analysis. Led by approachable experts this practical course will support you to learn the NVivo software and develop confidence when using it to manage your qualitative data.
This one-day course is delivered face-to-face in Oxford at the University of Oxford's computing centre. Through a series of practical sessions, the course provides hands-on experience across a range of data types (text-based data, images, video, social media) and in using different functionality of the NVivo software.
The course is particularly suited to those already working on projects with a qualitative dimension, doctoral students who are looking for appropriate software to support qualitative data analysis, and those with previous experience in using different qualitative analysis software packages. Everyone is welcome, regardless of their research or professional background.
Our experienced and friendly team will support you to develop skills in the core functionalities of this software. We think NVivo is best learnt in a small group environment, with plenty of support from expert tutors, so we ensure our class sizes remain small, and tailor specific content to the learning needs of the group. This course is led by Dr Charlotte Albury, an experienced NVivo expert who also co-leads the University of Oxford’s NVivo courses.
This course will include:
- Expert-led lectures on the role of NVivo in supporting a range of approaches to qualitative analysis
- Practical sessions where participants are supported to develop and practice skills in using the ‘NVivo 12 Pro for Windows’ software.
- Hands-on exercises on importing research materials, developing coding frameworks, coding a sample dataset, producing coding reports and codebooks using memos and annotations, importing classifications, and running queries.
- Discussion of advantages and limitations in using qualitative analysis software
- Discussion about the role of software in participants’ own projects.
By the end of the course, participants will:
- Have an understanding of the role of software packages in qualitative analysis
- Be familiar with data management and analysis functionalities provided by ‘NVivo 12 Pro for Windows’,
- Have gained practical experience in using ‘NVivo 12 Pro for Windows’ to support analysis of qualitative data in different formats
- Be able to recognise advantages and limitations of using qualitative analysis software
Some understanding of qualitative analysis methodology is required, as the course will only focus on using the ‘NVivo 12 Pro for Windows’ software, and will not cover methodological principles.
The course does not cover NVivo for Mac, of other NVivo versions, though some of the functionality translates across platforms and software versions.
- A sample dataset for you to work with on the day, and to take home
- Computers for you to work on
- Access to NVivo 12 pro for Windows
- A course handbook containing slides and materials
- Online access to slides and materials
- Digital resources to support you after the course
- Experienced, approachable tutors who are research-active
- Lunch and refreshments
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Course fee: TBC
Duration: 1 day
Total places: 15
Venue: Oxford University Computer Services
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“Excellent, clear support from trainers. Non-judgemental and constructive.”
"Very well taught and enjoyable. The balance was right between demonstrating the work and practical sessions. The course went at the right pace and the facilitators were very approachable and helpful. I will recommend this course to other colleagues.”
“Glad to have a small group as more space to ask questions and get help. Very good teaching. Great overview for someone having not used NVIVO before.”
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This highly-regarded programme, led by Dr Charlotte Albury is delivered by a team of qualitative researchers from Oxford’s Medical Sociology and Health Experiences Research Group. The group have run successful interviewing and analysis courses for over ten years alongside their qualitative research focusing on personal experiences of health conditions. Many of the findings from this research, together with supported video, audio and text extracts, form the multi-award winning patient experience website heathtalk.org. The group has expanded to include qualitative researchers studying health services and care delivery, and methodologists at the forefront of developing qualitative methods. Our portfolio of research and expertise in methods informs local, national and international healthcare policy and research.