Tools Workshop 2
Analyzing Qualitative Data with NVivo
Thursday, January 6
East Campus Library 3311
Are you interested in building and enhancing your qualitative research repertoire? Are you doing qualitative or mixed methods research but need assistance with the coding and analysis of your data? Within the past several years, qualitative research methodologies have garnered incremental support and interest within academia and professional organizations. This workshop will introduce faculty and graduate students to NVivo, one of the predominant software packages utilized for qualitative research. Note: This workshop is recommended for individuals with background in the qualitative tradition and/or experience conducting qualitative research (e.g., ethnography, phenomenology, etc.). Participants are encouraged to bring digital data (e.g., interview transcripts) with them to this hands-on workshop.
Not sure this workshop is for you? Would you prefer a one-on-one consultation that would jump start your research or scholarship skills, knowledge or abilities? Click here to learn more about the array of individualized appointments offered during January Symposium for graduate students, part-time faculty and full-time faculty.
Dr. Cara Meixner returned to her beloved James Madison University in 2008 as Faculty Consultant to the Center for Faculty Innovation (CFI) and Assistant Professor of Graduate Psychology. Cara received her BS in Health Services Administration from JMU, her MA in Counseling and Personnel Services from the University of Maryland-College Park, and her PhD in Leadership & Change from Antioch University. Cara has taught courses in research methods, leadership, organizational behavior, hunger and homelessness, and women's studies. She has a penchant for qualitative research and enjoys contributing to the scholarships of engagement, discovery, and teaching & learning.
For more information contact the Center for Faculty Innovation | 540-568-4846