NVivo – Using for Literature Reviews

NVivo is a software package to store, code and retrieve data. This workshop is an intensive, hands on introduction to how to use the software in conjunction with Endnote, that provides a comprehensive overview of its main functions and processes for undertaking literature reviews. The aim is to get you started on undertaking a literature review using NVivo.

Type of workshop

Hands-on computer workshop

Who should attend?

Anyone writing literature reviews

What you will learn

Knowledge of all the basic processes of using NVivo in conjunction with Endnote for conducting detailed literature reviews

Prerequisites / assumed knowledge / criteria

Completion of the NVivo Introduction workshop and relevant experience in using NVivo software and in using Endnote.

Note: NVivo software is to download on to CDU computers and is available to all CDU staff and HDR students via the ITMS LogIT system

Presenter: Dr Linda Sweet

Independent NVivo Consultant

Linda is a recognised NVivo trainer and consultant based in Adelaide. Linda began using NVivo for her doctoral studies in 1998. She has been using, teaching and consulting on NVivo for over 15 years to academic staff, postgraduate students, groups and individuals in various organisations. Linda is also an Associate Professor with Flinders University, a nurse and midwife with broad experience in many different clinical environments, management and research.

Enrolment information

As there are limited workshop places available all applicants should email Tracy Hooker, addressing the prerequisites/assumed knowledge criteria. Places will be offered to those who meet the criteria in the order that they are received.