Welcome to COEN's first hands-on skill building workshops! These workshops focus on using NVivo, software that supports qualitative and mixed methods analyses. It’s designed to help you organize, analyze, and find insights in data from interviews, focus groups, open-ended survey responses, articles, and social media/web content.
Kristi Jackson of Queri, Inc. will present NVivo Level 1: The Basics on Tuesday, June 6, from 9:00 to noon at the Colorado Health Foundation.
This workshop includes formatting text files, creating a project, and coding text, as well as coding other types of data (pictures, videos, surveys, etc.).
You may participate in either of the following modes:
Observe the demonstration and engage in the discussion without hands-on use of NVivo, watching the screen and taking notes with a paired attendee.
Bring a Windows laptop with the software already installed and follow along hands-on.
The sessions will be delivered with NVivo 11 Pro for Windows, although the sessions are also appropriate for individuals using NVivo 11 Starter for Windows, NVivo Plus for Windows, or NVivo 10 for Windows. Kristi will also provide sample data for participants to use in the training.
Participants who do not own the software may download a free 14-day trial at: http://www.qsrinternational.com/products_free-trial-software.aspx.
Although these sessions focus primarily on text-based data, such as interviews, field notes, and literature (in Word or PDF format), if you have other forms of data such as video, photographs and social media files, you will also have an opportunity to import and work with these data at the end of each session.
Kristi Jackson is an internationally recognized expert in NVivo, one of the most popular Qualitative Data Analysis Software (QDAS) options. She is co-author of Sage Publication’s best-selling Qualitative Data Analysis with NVivo and serves clients in almost every state in the USA. With over 25 years of experience in qualitative research design, data collection, analysis, reporting, and stakeholder relations, she is also an expert in a diverse array of qualitative methodologies. Kristi’s theoretical frames tend to be sociological and her research interests include conceptualizations of qualitative research transparency and the constantly changing spaces where qualitative researchers and technologies meet. In addition to serving as Chair of the Special Interest Group (SIG) on Digital Tools for Qualitative Research at the International Congress of Qualitative Inquiry, she is the 2017 recipient of the McGraw Hill Distinguished Scholar Award at the Ethnographic and Qualitative Research Conference.
Space will be limited to 20 for each session and we expect the workshops to fill quickly. Coffee/snacks are included.
The cost for Kristi's NVivo workshops for COEN is heavily discounted from usual price, so don't miss this opportunity! The cost for COEN members will be discounted even further. If you haven't already joined COEN, become a member through our website at www.coevalnet.org before registering.