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NVivo for qualitative research

We first learned about NVivo software from Rosie Frasso who teaches in the Masters in Public Health program, and after that, we suddenly started receiving many questions and requests about it from around campus. As the vendor describes, “NVivo 10 helps you to easily organize and analyze data in documents, audio, video, spreadsheets, social media and web pages.” In April, we set aside two workstations in WIC for a 30-day trial for the software. Over the summer, we collaborated with our technology support folks, and thanks to their help, NVivo should soon be available on all the PCs throughout Penn Libraries. On October 11, we are glad to present our first workshop on NVivo with our guest presenter Shimrit Keddem. Do you use NVivo? Please do share your experiences and ideas as we get started exploring this new software tool.