NVivo 11 Pro for Windows Handouts
There are various strategies for tracking team members’ work in NVivo. More info: bit.ly/2uWnnQH
Some helpful tips for facilitating teamwork in NVivo:
NVivo 1 for Windows: Getting Started -- Basics of importing and coding different types of data sources. PREREQUISITE: Basic understanding of qualitative research methods is suggested, but not required. Watching this short tutorial on coding qualitative data before the workshop is recommended.
NVivo 2 for Windows: Exploring your Data -- Classifications, queries, visualizations, and reports to explore/analyze coded data sources. PREREQUISITE: NVivo 1 or equivalent experience (e.g., completing this Lynda.com tutorial).
Functionality of NVivo in Windows vs. Mac:
The Mac version of NVivo does not have the full functionality that the Windows Pro version has -- see this comparison chart to explore the differences, and be sure to compare NVivo for Mac to NVivo Plus (the Windows version at GSU).
Options for running NVivo for Windows on a Mac computer:
The company that produces NVivo, QSR International, recommends specific Windows parallels/virtual desktops to install on Macs to then run NVivo Pro for Windows -- see this site for those resources.
Or search for NVivo-based articles specific to your discipline: go to our A-Z Databases list and use the All Subjects dropdown menu to go to specific databases by subject.