The Learning NVivo 10 Tutorials are a “do-it-yourself” set of tutorials for researchers and students wishing to learn NVivo 10.
Early tutorials take you through the basic functions of the NVivo 10 software, with guidance for using its interface and functions, as you set up and commence your own project. Later tutorials introduce more advanced functions and applications of the software.
Step-by step descriptions are given for performing key functions, with screen shots to assist in following directions. In addition, examples are provided of applications of the software in real projects.
The current edition was developed by Dr Leonie Daws, based on the very popular Teach-yourself NVivo Tutorials with permission from original author, Professor Lyn Richards.
You can use these tutorials alone, or in conjunction with Professor Richards' book, Handling Qualitative Data: a practical guide.
The tutorials are regularly updated to incorporate changes resulting from the release of new versions of the software.
Participants in the five-day Applied and Advanced NVivo Courses receive copies of those tutorials relevant to their course.