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Apr. 17, 2023
NVivo 14 Webinar: Accelerating your Literature Review with Citavi & NVivo

Description: NVivo 14 and Citavi support writing robust literature reviews. With Citavi you can import journal articles, pdfs, tag sources for major themes in the literature and share the Citavi project into and NVivo project for more robust analysis. This session will demonstrate how to use Citavi and NVivo together to easily import articles and […]

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Aug. 30, 2023
Accelerating your Literature Review with Citavi & NVivo 14

NVivo 14 Webinar Accelerating your Literature Review with Citavi and NVivo 14

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Apr. 20, 2023
Planning and Managing a Book Project Webinar

People talk about “writing a book.” Of course, writing is essential, but organizational issues are the ones that can cause the greatest frustration. Academic writers do not simply draw on their imagination. We have the literature, resources about methodology and ethics, and results from our research. We must be mindful of guidelines and feedback from […]

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Feb. 9, 2023
Webinar: The Ins and Outs of Dissertation Writing - Organization, Transitions, and Scholarly Language

Dissertation writing requires you to develop a complex argument supported by appropriate evidence. To do this effectively, you’ll need to learn how to organize your arguments, transition between ideas, and meet the demands of writing at an academic level. Too often, written scholarly work lacks a clear, organized and credible academic argument. This lack of […]

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Apr. 15, 2020
Webinar Recap: Teaching Qualitative Methods Online

During our webinar titled Teaching Qualitative Methods Online a panel of instructors discussed best practices on incorporating QDA software, like NVivo into an online qualitative methods course. The panel included Christina Silver, Ph.D., Founder of Qualitative Data Analysis Services Ltd and Research Fellow at the University of Surrey, Chareen Snelson, Ed.D., Associate Professor, Boise State University, Department […]

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Apr. 8, 2020
Webinar Recap: COVID-19 and Virtual Qualitative Fieldwork

During our recent webinar on COVID-19 and Virtual Qualitative Fieldwork, Dr. Deborah Lupton, Professor at the Centre for Social Research in Health and Social Policy Research Centre at the University of New South Wales, Sydney, described multiple modes for conducting qualitative fieldwork during these challenging times. Researchers Need To Reinvent Methods Due to the isolation measures […]

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Apr. 17, 2017
Tackling the literature review

In this blog, we take you through the ins and outs of literature reviews, what critically examining the literature means and how to get started.  A good literature review:  Recognizes and groups published information into the same, related or different fields of interest. Emphasizes the focus of your topic.  If you’re just starting out, consider […]

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May. 24, 2023
Explore NVivo 14 with the Experts for New Data Insights 

Free NVivo 14 Tutorials The NVivo you know and love is better, faster, and more rigorous than ever. With new team collaboration capabilities, Citavi integration, and enhanced research tools, NVivo 14 is designed to help researchers deliver deeper data insights in real-time with your colleagues using NVivo Collaboration Cloud. Plus, see how simplified account management […]

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May. 16, 2023
Enhance Your Writing at the Research and Technical Writing Institute

Research and technical writers at every level across all disciplines and industries experience the unique challenges of academic and professional writing – finding the right voice, composing compelling arguments, and weaving in qualitative and quantitative data. Those considerations are on top of the constant struggle to organize immense amounts of data, identify common themes and […]

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Mar. 31, 2023
Improving Financial Crisis Mitigation Strategies with Risk Analysis

In Light of the First Republic Bank, Silicon Valley Bank, and Signature Bank Crises The recent First Republic Bank, Silicon Valley Bank, and Signature Bank crises sparked significant concern and sowed distrust in the financial system among both the banks’ customers and the general public. While bank collapses of this scale have not been seen […]

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Feb. 21, 2023
NVivo Podcast Episode 50: Becoming Culturally Responsive

What is Culturally Responsive Research? Conducting culturally responsive research is crucial when working with vulnerable populations in order to support and respect the participants’ experiences. In this post, we will give a variety of definitions for culturally responsive research and provide six examples of how researchers are using culturally responsive research methods with links to […]

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Feb. 10, 2023
What is #AcWriMo?

All about Academic Writing Month For many academics, the month of November is associated with making progress on a writing goal. In this blog post, we’ll discuss why that is, how Academic Writing Month started, and why there's such a need for it. Academic Writing Month (AcWriMo) was inspired by “National Novel Writing Month” (NaNoWriMo), […]

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