NVIVO is a qualitative data analysis (QDA) computer software package produced by QSR International. It has been designed for qualitative researchers working with very rich text-based or multimedia information, where deep levels of analysis are required. NVIVO is used pre-dominantly by academic,government, health and commercial researchers across a diverse range of fields. NVIVO is intended to help users organize and analyze non-numerical or unstructured data. The software allows users to classify, sort and arrange information; examine relationships in the data; and combine analysis with linking, shaping, searching and modeling.

 

Research Center for Training & Development (RCTD) is organizing an International Research Workshop “Mastering Advanced Qualitative Data Analysis Using NVIVO” on 5th & 6th of February, 2013 (Tuesday-Wednesday) through High Definition (HD) Video Conferencing. The workshop will deliver the contents from basic level to advanced level and includes a lot of cases and exercises for hands on sessions.

 

The researchers from Universities, Institutes, R&D organizations and Social Sector organizations are invited to participate individually or institutional in their own auditorium/office/home from anywhere around the world. The individual participant can participate using a laptop/desktop computer connected through internet. For institutional registration and arrangements, contact us (0092322-4309974) or workshops@rctd.org.

 

Course Outline:

 

Day-1

 

Introduction

·        Icebreaking,Objectives,Norms and Preparation for Learning

·        Installing thesoftware and starting a new project

 

Introducing NVIVO and setting up aproject

•Introducing NViVO’s workspace

• Creating and navigating around aproject

 

Importing and Coding Documents

•Importing documents including PDFs

•Creating memos and annotations

•Introducing ‘nodes’ to collect datato support the themes

•Working with node folders

 

Working with your themes and ideasand shaping your findings

•Viewing your emerging themes,topics or ideas and their content

•Understanding how and where contentis being assigned and finetuning this

•Moving, merging and aggregatingyour themes, topics or ideas

 

Importing and coding additionalsources of information

•Importing image and media sources

•Importing datasets and web data

•Using text analysis tools includingword frequency and text searchqueries

• Storing and exporting your results

 

Day-2: Further Analysis in NVIVO

 

Classifying and Categorizing Data

•Importing “classifying” orcategorical data such as demographicitems

•Associating classifying data withyour text, PDF, dataset, imageor media sources

 

Grouping your data: collections andlinks

•Organizing your data into ‘sets’and search folders

•Finding items in your projectquickly and easily

•Creating other types of links inyour data

 

Exploring your data

•Running coding based queries including coding, matrix coding, andgroup queries

•Saving queries and storing your results

 

Models and relationships

•Building and working with models as a way to display ideas

•Creating and showing relationships in your data

 

Visualizing your data

•Creating two and three dimensional charts to illustrate findings

•Presenting query results as ‘tree maps’ and ‘word trees’ to showpatterns in your data

 

Reporting and presenting your findings

•Creating standard and custom reports and extracts

 

ResourcePersons:

 

Dr. Una Molyneux

PhD

Middlesex University, UK

MSc, Statistics and Research Methods

University of Surrey, UK

Expert of Qualitative/Quantitative Data Analysis Using SPSS andNVIVO

Advisor/Trainer

Research Center for Training &Development (RCTD)

 

Kashmala Adnan

Conducted USAID Projects

United Nations World Food Program

Consultant/Trainer

Qualitative Data Analysis Using NVIVO

Advisor/Trainer

Research Center for Training &Development

 

Nadeem Iqbal

Expert of Qualitative Data Analysis Using NVIVO

Advisor/Trainer

Research Center forTraining & Development (RCTD)

 

Program Schedule:


Date: 5th & 6th of February, 2013 (Tuesday-Wednesday)

Time:  9:00am-5:00pm Gulf Standerd Time 

Investment:   US$200/participant

Institutional Participation:  US$1500 (up to 20 participants)

 

Note: The Universities/Institutes are requested to organize this International level workshop in their own computer lab/auditorium. The host institute does not require any conferencing facility. The conferencing facility will be provided by RCTD. For Institutional participation arrangements contact us (0092322-4309974)or workshops@rctd.org. 

 

OnlineRegistration:

 

Registration details forparticipant

 

http://tinyurl.com/rctd-research  

 

Theparticipant will also get

 

·        Resource Material (soft copy through email)

·        Certificate of Participation (through courier)

·        Cd of the software and workshop recordings (through courier) 

 

Howto participate?

 

The registered participant will receive a confirmatory email from RCTD. The email will have workshop join link. The participant will click the join link on the day of workshop, the setup will complete in 2-3 minutes and participant will be connected with live HD Video Conferencing of the workshop.    

 

Requirements: 

·        Desktop computer/Laptop P4 or latest

·        Windows XP/ Vista/Windows 7/Mac

·        Internet connectivity

·        Aset of Headphone & Mic (connect to your computer)

 

WhoShould Attend?

  • Faculty Members
  • Research Scholars (MPhil/PhD)
  • Research Associates
  • Researchers of Medical Sciences
  • Researchers of R&D Organizations
  • Researchers of Social Sector Organizations

 

Contact Us:

 

Ateeq-ur-Rehman
Managing Director (MD)
Research Center for Training & Development (RCTD INC)
Cell: 00971528047514, 0092322-4309974

Skype: research.rctd  
Email: workshops@rctd.org
                            

 

 

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Email: workshops@rctd.org

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