Thursday, 23 Mar 13:00


Pierre Gorman Room (Room 102)
Level 1, 1888 Building (Graduate Student Association), University of Melbourne, Parkville, 3010, Victoria



Nvivo Pro offers a set of powerful tools to analyse qualitative data, but the ways in which NVivo can be used to teach, support and supervise qualitative data analysis is relatively underexplored. 

This demonstration will explore some of the ways supervisors can assist thesis students in using NVivo, and how graduate students can work with their superervisors. The event will bring together an expert in using qualitative research, supervising staff and graduate students to discuss NVivo in qualitative research.  

Your presenter: Helen Marshall studied sociology and history at Monash University, and worked as a teacher in secondary schools and a post-secondary college before working at RMIT. After nearly thirty years as a teacher, she moved in 2006 to an associate position in the Centre for Applied Social Research. She led project on teaching sociology for the Carrick Institute and TASA (2008-9). She now specialises in the use of the computer program NVivo for managing qualitative data analyses. She is active in The Australian Sociological Association (TASA), and has been editor of the electronic Qualitative Research Journal published by the Association for Qualitative Research.


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