NVivo

NVivo is a powerful research tool for coding data from a variety of sources, including text-based documents, interviews, surveys, maps, audio/video files, and social media data. This program will help automate a variety of qualitative and quantitative research tasks, and provides a single place to keep track of a wide variety of data.

What workshops do you offer?

CTRL offers a variety of workshops each semester to train members of the AU community in the software that it supports. Examples of workshops we have offered in the past can be seen below, and you can follow the link to view our current schedule. If you are interested receiving training that is not listed in our regular workshop schedule, please contact us by email to request an appointment.

Introduction to NVivo: Designed for first time and very-new users, this workshop teaches how to bring data into NVivo, how to code data, and basic analyses.

Intermediate NVivo: This workshop will explore more advanced features of NVivo and explain how to conduct inter-rater reliability, format word documents to auto code in NVivo, and explore your code with queries.

Advanced NVivo – Visualizing Models: This workshop will explore more advanced features of NVivo and explain how these features help you: build models to capture initial ideas or interact with the data; create graphs; and use other visualization tools such as word trees, word clouds, cluster analysis, and charts.

Schedule of Workshops  |  Request a New Workshop  |  Registration

How can I get support using NVivo for research or for class?

  • In-Class Tutorials (standard or custom tailored, request)

Where can I use NVivo on campus?

NVivo can be accessed in the following campus computer labs:

Virtual Computing Lab
Anderson Computing Complex

How can I get NVivo on my computer?

NVivo is also available for access from anywhere in the world through American University’s Virtual Computing Lab (VCL).

Free installation of NVivo is available on AU owned computers as well as the personal computers of AU faculty, staff and students. Please contact us by phone (202-885-3238) or email to request an installation.