Introduction to NVivo
This session occurs at the University of Toronto Scarborough Campus and is part of the Digital Scholarship @UTSC Series.
NVivo is a qualitative data analysis software program that can help you to organize, manage, and make sense of research data such as field notes, interviews, videos, social media, and much more.
In this hands-on introductory workshop, attendees will be introduced to an overview of NVivo’s features. Topics covered may include importing files, creating nodes, coding and classifying data, reviewing examples of visual ways to present data and nodes, and exporting project items.
Note: This workshop is suitable for those with little or no experience using NVivo or other qualitative data analysis software.
In the workshop will be using the Windows version of this program, exclusively (the Mac version is significantly different). This workshop takes place in the Library Instruction lab, so you don't need to bring your own laptop. However, if you wish to use your Windows laptop, please make sure you preload it with the latest version of NVivo. You can download NVivo and the license key with your UTORid by using the self-serve download link here: https://mdl.library.utoronto.ca/nvivo/request
If you are affiliated with the St. George or UTM campus please complete the lab visitor access request webform prior to the session so that you will be able to use the computers in the lab.
University of Toronto Scarborough Library, Instruction Lab, Room AC286A
Visiting UTSC for the first time? The Library is located in the AC building. A campus map and information on public transportation and visitor parking can be found at https://www.utsc.utoronto.ca/home/visiting-utsc.
- Monday, March 2, 2020
- 10:00am - 12:00pm
- UTSC Library