An update: all complimentary ‘promotional’ vouchers for 2017 NVivo training have been distributed.
Other NVivo training and support options:
- Workshops, eDemos and webinars: Free resources here. Paid training here.
- Getting Started Guides
- QSR NVivo Forums, and NVivo FAQs
Animated demonstrations of how to create and set up a project are included with NVivo software.
Graduate Student Association (GSA)
GSA is likely to offer NVivo workshops for students and staff in 2017 – at time of writing none scheduled. GSA schedule here.
NVivo > Statistical & Mathematical Software guide.
Information for the University of Melbourne community on where to access NVivo on campus; how to get the software; training opportunities; and links to NVivo support materials produced by QSR. Access guide here.
The University of Melbourne Library has a limited number of free vouchers for online Fundamentals of NVivo Windows/Mac training provided by QSR International. QSR International’s online courses combine flexible self-paced study with virtual interaction with experienced facilitators and class peers.
NVivo for Windows
- Fundamentals of NVivo for Windows
NVivo for Mac
- Fundamentals of NVivo for Mac
How it works?
The courses run typically over a one-week period and use online resources to facilitate learning that accommodates the time constraints of each individual participant. Participants are given access to the virtual classroom environment where an expert facilitates activities, discussion and Q&A sessions.The course ends with a live interactive session where you can share your work with fellow participants and the facilitators and discuss specific questions. Typically participants can expect to devote approximately 10 hours to course work.
View the QSR Course Schedule here ensuring that you have selected the correct time zone (Asia Pacific) and course type (Online).
To obtain a discount voucher code, please email Jennifer Warburton (email@example.com) using your University of Melbourne email address. Discount codes will be distributed on a first-come-first-served basis and can only be issued to University of Melbourne staff and students with a valid university email address.