Seminar Series for Research Capability Enhancement
for the Self-financing Degree Sector of Hong Kong

Qualitative Data Analysis with NVivo


[Poster]

Time & date:
2:00 pm – 6:00 pm, 21 August 2015, Friday
Venue:
B0614, 6/F, Block B, The Open University of Hong Kong, Homantin, Kowloon [Map]
Language:
English
Speakers:

Ms Sue Bullen, Training and Research Consltancy Regional Manager, QSR International Pty Ltd.

Abstract:

From policy evaluation and health research, to literature reviews and content analysis; researchers often access software tools to arrive at informed decision and understanding. The software tools do not do the thinking for you; their workspaces help you to explore your information, so you can focus on making new discoveries and better decisions.
This seminar will focus on qualitative data analysis through the use of NVivo, from creating a project, importing your material (whether it be text, PDFs, Datasets, Web pages, media or image files) and coding. It will also cover the many tools that can be used to explore and ask questions of your data, generate visualisations and share your findings.


About the Speaker: Ms Sue Bullen is the Training and Research Consultancy Manager, Asia Pacific Japan with QSR International, the company that develops the NVivo software. She is responsible for developing and delivering training courses in QSR software throughout the Asia Pacific Japan region. Ms Sue Bullen has extensive experience in the field of IT training, and has been employed with QSR for almost sixteen years. Prior to moving into a training and consultancy role back in 2006, Sue was QSR’s Customer Services Manager.


Enquiries: Hoyee Auyeung (The Open University of Hong Kong)
Tel: 2768 6051
Email: hauyeung@ouhk.edu.hk
 
Co-organized by: The Open University of Hong Kong
Centennial College
Caritas Institute of Higher Education
 
 

This seminar was fully supported by a grant from the Research Grants Council of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region, China (UGC/IIDS16/H01/14).


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