Part 3: Keeping track of your research with NVivo - Memos, Annotations, Project Maps and File Classifications

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Part 3: Keeping track of your research with NVivo - Memos, Annotations, Project Maps and File Classifications

This online session for researchers explores how NVivo can help you to keep track of and manage your research data. You'll learn how to write memos and annotations, manage file classifications, and create maps of your research. Please make sure you have a copy of NVivo 1.0 installed on your device. There is a difference between the Mac and Windows versions of NVivo, and depending on trainer availability there may not be as much support during the session for Mac users as there are for Windows users.

Learning Objectives:

  • I understand how to create memos and annotations in NVivo.
  • I understand the importance of file classifications
  • I understand how to create maps in NVivo

Presenter

Alex Shermon is a PhD Candidate in the School of Culture and Communications at the University of Melbourne. His research focuses on the day-to-day experiences of online far-right communities and their engagement with populism and conspiracy theories. He used NVivo in his minor thesis on the culture wars in Australia, and as a Research Assistant on the Doctors Down Under project.

Jul 12, 2021 11:00 AM Canberra, Melbourne, Sydney

Register in advance for this meeting:
https://unimelb.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZUpfuyhqD0oGtEmwdAAVZYEihVhMvzXZBm1

Contact us at researcher-connect@unimelb.edu.au if you have any questions.

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