CTRL is now offering recorded software workshops with handouts and workshop materials for your students to have access to anytime and anywhere. Workshops include introductory materials on how to install/access different software for courses and research.
Video 1: How to get an NVivo license, download Nvivo, open a project, and overview of Nvivo functions.
Video 2: How to create documents, import sources, create codes, and code data.
Video 3: How to run a query for a word cloud, create a node from a query, and matrix coding.
Introduction to NVivo 13 Social Media Analysis Tools (Materials)
Video 1: How to install NCapture and use it to capture social media and other web- based data. The presentation at the beginning of the video list NVivo 12 but the topics covered in this video are the same for both NVivo 12 and 13.
Video 2: Overview of NVivo dataset features and chart options for social media analysis. How to use manual coding, word frequency and usage tools, autocoding, and matrix coding.
NVivo for Archival Research
This workshop will examine how NVivo can help organize and code archival data. We will focus on how NVivo features can be used on a variety of file types (pdfs, photos, etc.) and how the software can help integrate multimedia data sources. (Materials)
Video 1: This video will cover importing files into NVivo, supported file types, and sending files directly with Nvivo’s Integration tool.
Video 2: This video will cover how to organize archival data within NVivo using file Classifications, attributes, and cases. It will also go over how to code various types of archival data including photographs, PDFs, and audio/video recordings.
Video 3: This video will cover how you can use archival data in NVivo to create comparison diagrams, queries within selected folders, and other visualizations.