Crafting a Systematic Literature Review Using NVivo 12
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- You will learn step-by-step the process for systematically crafting a solid literature review and gain foundational knowledge of NVivo and how to use it to support your research project.
- You should be able to use a PC and have a basic research knowledge or an interest to learn.
Literature reviews are an important part of any research. Are you writing your first literature review? Or perhaps you're new to NVivo?
Our course on Crafting a Compelling Systematic Literature Review Using NVivo 12 will give you the knowledge, skills and confidence to start working on your literature review. This course will help you elevate the quality of your paper by showing you how to support and track your research journey by documenting in a research journal, explore ideas with mind maps, and effectively code and analyse your data, all using NVivo 12.
We use NVivo 12 software to support the systematic literature review.
- Anyone wanting to do a literature review - postgrads, undergrads, policy makers, administrators
Dr. Jenine Beekhuyzen is the CEO of Adroit Research and has teaching qualitative research design, methods and analysis as well as training researchers in NVivo for over 15 years. She has published over 60 peer reviewed articles in high quality international journals, conferences and books. Jenine is an Honorary Fellow in the School of Information Technology, Faculty of Science, Engineering and Built Environment at Deakin University and is an Adjunct Professor in the Institute of Integrated and Intelligent Systems at Griffith University.
At Adroit Research, we have decades of experience in qualitative research in academia and industry. We can help you with designing your research project, providing advice on conducting a systematic literature review, supporting your data collection and analysis, to writing and disseminating the results. We promote the importance of rigorous research designs, systematic literature reviews and approaches to data collection, and transparent data analysis.
We give an overview of what the course will cover, explaining what a systematic literature review is, and provide information on recommended papers and books on literature reviews. For more information, please go to the Resources page on Adroit Research.
This lecture introduces the NVivo software as an invaluable tool to support your research journey. With this lecture, you will become familiar with the NVivo user interface and be able to set up a new NVivo project. Many universities have purchased group licences for NVivo and made it available to their research students.
All experienced researchers know the value of documenting everything - from how you decided on your research topic, to research goal setting, to your search strategy, coding approach and finally writing up. Your research journal provides you with an audit trail for your project, and also serves as a discussion tool when you meet with your professor or supervisor. The more you document in your research journal, the easier it will be for you to justify your decisions and approach as it provides transparency for your project - your professors will want to know how you analysed the data and how you came to your conclusions.
This lecture will take you through how to import your reading resources into NVivo and begin to start coding. There are several different ways of coding in NVivo - we'll show you how. It's important to code with care as you really do get out what you put in. When you run queries on your data, your results will only be as good as how well you've coded.
We'll also look at the coding to nodes and coding to cases.
A framework matrix in NVivo creates a table to map out a comparison or a summary of any chosen topics by any selected cases. This means, for example, that you can create a table to see what each author had to say about a particular topic, or which journals published what topics in a given timeframe. Learn how to create your own framework matrix in NVivo!