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Digital Skills Workshops for PhD Students (UNIGE and Geneva Graduate Institute)

NVivo Clinic

Christina Silver

DS49 - NVivo clinic
Christina Silver

18 October 2024, 09:00-16:00, room S12

This session is designed for students who have started using NVivo for their research and need some support to move their projects and use of NVivo’s tools to the next level. The exact content will be designed specially for the students who attend (you will fill out a pre-session questionnaire when registering so the tutor can understand your needs). Topics are likely to include: Moving on from coding; Making the most of.

The session will combine structured instructional sessions focusing on specific topics, small-group discussions and exercises and illustrative examples of the use of NVivo for different types of project. There will also be opportunities for students to discuss their work-in-progress and receive individual support from the tutor. 

Christina has been using and teaching qualitative data analysis software packages for over 20 years. She has conducted many different research projects with and without the use of qualitative software and has designed and carried out analysis for many independent organisations. She has taught under- and post-graduate qualitative methods courses in UK and European universities and has contributed to doctoral programmes across several institutions. As well as being director of Qualitative Data Analysis Services Ltd, she is leads and directs the CAQDAS Networking Project at the University of Surrey.
Christina is co-author of Using Software in Qualitative Research: A Step-by-Step Guide with Ann Lewins and The Five-Level QDA® method with Nicholas Woolf.

PhD students of the Graduate Institute will be informed of each workshop by email.  For any questions regarding registration to the workshop, please contact: