The University Library Atlanta Campus has NVivo installed on ALL its Windows computers throughout the entire Library, and it's on the Macs in CURVE.
The Aderhold Learning Center Computer CATLab (Room 423) also has NVivo installed on its computers.
NVivo may already be available in some departmental or school computer labs -- ask within your departments. If it's not currently available, talk with your department about getting it installed on departmental lab computers.
Perimeter College Campuses:
Please call the IIT Technology Services Help Desk at 404-413-4357 to inquire about where NVivo is available on PC campuses.
STEP 1: Install NVivo on your computer
**Go to GSU's Software Download page and look for NVivo listed in first section titled "Software for Students, Faculty and Staff"**
Once you've downloaded and installed NVivo, you'll be prompted to enter a license key:
Go back to the GSU OnTheHub/Kivuto page (where you downloaded the software) > in the top right corner click your account name > click Your Account/Orders > find NVivo in list of your Orders & Downloads > click View Details button > copy entire 25-character-long license key > paste in NVivo.
If you have problems with technological issues of installing and/or opening NVivo from on campus or off campus, please contact the II&T Help Center at firstname.lastname@example.org | 404-413-HELP (404-413-4357) | Submit a Help Ticket
STEP 2: Install VPN on your computer
You may have to be connected to the GSU network to use NVivo, which from off campus means you will have to install the Virtual Private Network (VPN).
STEP 3: Login to VPN with CampusID/password, then open NVivo
STEP 4 (OPTIONAL): Enable NCapture browser plugins
Want to optimize your analysis of web pages, blogs, twitter, facebook, YouTube, LinkedIn, etc.? After installing NVivo, be sure to enable the NCapture add-on for Internet Explorer and/or Chrome (no Firefox or Safari add-on available). NVivo for Mac has limited NCapture capabilities -- see here for comparison to of Mac-to-Windows NCapture compatibility).
Every year in June the previous year’s NVivo license key expires, and the new license key needs to be entered and activated.
NOTE: If you are using a GSU-owned computer requiring an administrative username/password for software updates, please contact your department's IT person to renew your NVivo license.
NOTE: If you try accessing the NVivo license key from GSU's OnTheHub/Kivuto software site and it is down or you have other issues, email Mandy at email@example.com