Attend one of our pre-event webinars to make a start on accelerating your research!
We're offering some of our favourite webinars in the lead-up to Research Accelerator! We know you’re busy, so our webinars aim to deliver as many tips and tricks as possible within each hour – you’ll leave each webinar inspired and equipped with new information that you can practically apply to your research. Can’t make the date and time? Register anyway and we’ll send you a copy of the recording.
29th October, 11am–12noon NZDT
There’s a lot more to NVivo than initially meets the eye! In this webinar we’ll be showcasing our favourite features of NVivo including matrix coding queries, explore and comparison diagrams, and mind-maps. This session is perfect for researchers who are new to NVivo, as well as those who are familiar with the basics and curious to know what else is possible.
Sit back with a cuppa while you listen to our most popular tips for postgraduate thesis writers. We’ll present a range of strategies in relation to managing your research project, maximising your reading, successfully working with your supervisor, managing your time, and our favourite tips for writing. This webinar is suitable for both master's and doctoral thesis writers at any stage of the process.
If you’re short on time with deadlines flying past faster than you can keep track of, join us to learn about the technology we use to save time and manage our research projects. Speed up your data analysis with SPSS and NVivo, keep track of your tasks with Trello, automate typing and scheduling with TextExpander and Calendly, generate fast transcriptions with Otter, and keep on top of your references and other information with Evernote and Zotero (just to name a few!).
Reviewing the literature is an important part of the research process. Organising relevant papers and findings are more than just data entry or bibliographic tasks, you also need to be able to analyse and integrate this material with the qualitative data you are gathering. This one-hour demonstration will provide an overview of NVivo’s functionality with regard to literature reviews. Importing and coding literature, running queries on published material, and working with bibliographic data in conjunction with your NVivo project will all be covered.