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NVIVO USER GROUP 14 JULY 2004,    5PM -7PM - informal support group for
users of NVivo
For those NVivo users for whom this is convenient and possibly useful - we
remind you that thanks to Angela Aubertin and  LSE,  we are able to use Room
'S'421 in the St Clements Bldg for our get together.
http://www.lse.ac.uk/resources/mapsAndDirections/Default.htm

Possible agenda:
Chat
Support
Experiences (with Nvivo and management of data generally)
Useful tips - 'what worked well for you'

We really need you to let us know if you expect to come along !!!!!
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Please note it is not possible on these ad hoc sessions to provide
refreshments - but there are several coffee bars etc in the environs. So
come prepared!

ALSO A CONFERENCE REMINDER:  Strategies for Qualitative Research using NVivo
and N6,
This fifth conference in the series to be held at Durham in September 04, is
offering a lot in affordable workshops and sessions for new users -
http://www.dur.ac.uk/strategies.conference

cheers
Ann Lewins and Christina Silver


Ann Lewins, Manager
Christina Silver, Resource Officer
 CAQDAS Networking Project
Dept of Sociology,  University of Surrey
GUILDFORD  GU2  7XH,  UK

email:   [log in to unmask]
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CAQDAS web site:  http://www.soc.surrey.ac.uk/caqdas/
Tel +44 (0)1 483 68 94 55
Fax +44 (0)1 483 68 95 51

DISCUSSION GROUP qual-software :  join information etc
see: http://www.jiscmail.ac.uk/lists/qual-software.html
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CAQDAS NETWORKING PROJECT funded by the ESRC Research Methods Programme  to
support the use of software in qualitative data analysis;
co-directed by Nigel Fielding, Professor of Sociology, University of Surrey
and Ray Lee, Professor of Social Research Methods at Royal Holloway,
University of
London

Dear all

Just to let you know that due to popular demand we are starting facilitated
user-group sessions for existing Atlas.ti and NVivo users, and possibly for
other software later in the year.

The purpose of these sessions is to enable users to get together to discuss
their projects, and experiences with using the software. They are not
designed for people who have not yet started using the software. We envisage
that in the future user-groups will evolve on a more local basis, but we
hope these sessions will help users network amongst each other.

We also hope to run similar sessions for other software packages in the near
future - and to run user-groups around the country. Let us know if your
institution would like to host such a session.

These sessions are FREE - but we would appreciate it if you would please
email us [log in to unmask] if you intend to come and to find out
specific location.

Basic details as follows:
14th July 2004 - NVivo user-group at London School of Economics (LSE),
LONDON (5pm-7pm)

15th July 2004 - Atlas.ti (V 4.2 and 5) user-group at Royal Holloway,
University of London, EGHAM (5pm-7pm)

these sessions will be facilitated by Ann Lewins and Christina Silver

look forward to seeing you there.....
Christina


Dr Christina Silver
Resource Officer
CAQDAS Networking Project
Dept of Sociology
University of Surrey
GUILDFORD  GU2 5XH
email:   [log in to unmask]
CAQDAS web site:  http://www.soc.surrey.ac.uk/caqdas/
Tel +44 (0)1 483 68 27 91
Fax +44 (0)1 483 68 95 51






I can now confirm that I have booked a room for the NVIVO User group meeting
at LSE on 14th July. The room number is S421 and the room will be available
all the time from 13:00 until 23:00 pm!! If you want to come a little before
5:00 pm to set anything up then please do so. Unfortunately, catering staff
will not deliver drinks to rooms in the St. Clemant's building so it will
not be possible to arrange tea and coffee on this occasion. There are a numb
er of snack bars near by though. The room will have data projection
facilities and a computer but otherwise it is just an ordinary classroom
with chairs and tables.

Ann Lewins, Manager
Christina Silver, Resource Officer
 CAQDAS Networking Project
Dept of Sociology,  University of Surrey
GUILDFORD  GU2  7XH,  UK

email:   [log in to unmask]
OR [log in to unmask]
CAQDAS web site:  http://www.soc.surrey.ac.uk/caqdas/
Tel +44 (0)1 483 68 94 55
Fax +44 (0)1 483 68 95 51

DISCUSSION GROUP qual-software :  join information etc
see: http://www.jiscmail.ac.uk/lists/qual-software.html
+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
CAQDAS NETWORKING PROJECT funded by the ESRC Research Methods Programme  to
support the use of software in qualitative data analysis;
co-directed by Nigel Fielding, Professor of Sociology, University of Surrey
and Ray Lee, Professor of Social Research Methods at Royal Holloway,
University of
London