We will explore the software using a
variety of primary source materials including: interviews, focus
groups, images, videos, surveys, and social media platforms. NVivo
provides easy ways to code, analyze and visualize qualitative data.
NVivo on the Windows operating system has somewhat different
functionality than the version for the Mac, and we will address some of
We will be working on computers with the software installed, however please feel free to bring your laptop as well. Note, the software is available for download for students and faculty in Faculty of Arts and Sciences (FAS) only. Faculty, students, staff, and researchers from other Harvard schools may download a 14-day trial.
attendees will receive a reminder via email 1 day prior to the
workshop. Registration closes 1 day prior to the event.*
there is still space available after registration has closed, you may
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put “LATE REGISTRATION” in the subject line. If there is space
available, you will receive the room location.
Speakers and Presenters
Emily Coolidge Toker, Digital Pedagogy Librarian, Lamont Library
Hugh Truslow, Head of Social Sciences and Visualization, Fung Library
Ramona Crawford, Head of Academic Partnerships, Widener Library