NVivo Advanced Support Workshop (1 day)
project specific support for existing software users
- Thursday 17 October 2013, 10am to 4.30pm
- Department of Sociology, University of Surrey, UK
- Open to:
- Public, Staff, Students
- Dr Christina Silver
- Admission price:
- varies according to status
- Admission information:
- to book a place visit the online store (link to right)
Tea/coffee and lunch provided
This workshop is for researchers who have previously attended an introductory training workshop in NVivo and/or who have been using the software for a real project for some time. It is not an introductory workshop, but designed as a refresher to help researchers get going with their own data or to move on beyond the basic tasks, for those who have already started working with the software.
The day will comprise discussion, demonstration and hands-on work and combine group and individual work. We will provide reminders of early tasks to structure work efficiently and cover the more sophisticated tools and tasks as required. Participants may bring data and/or copies of their own software projects to work with during the day and there will be an opportunity for each participant to talk with Tutors about their own work. Participants will be asked ahead of time for information about their progress with software and the aspects for which they require support such that the workshop can be tailored specifically for those attending. The workshop is accompanied by relevant documentation, some of which will be provided ahead of time.
This is a CAQDAS Networking Project event.
Fees vary according to your institution and role.
Please see information on Fees before booking to ensure you apply for a place at the correct rate.
To book a place visit the online store.
Government / commercial sector researchers / non-UK applicants
Academics registered at Educational Organisations / Charitable sector
SE DTC students (all PhD students (any discipline) based at Kent, Reading, RHUL & Surrey)
Students from Linked DTCs (all social science PhD students registered at the Universities of Essex and Sussex)
Non-SEDTC UK PhD students (all social science students registered for a PhD and based at any UK HEI)
Non-Social Science UK PhD students (all PhD students registered at any UK HEI, not in a social science department)
Non-UK PhD students