Using nvivo™ for literature reviews: The eight step pedagogy (N7+1)
O'Neill, Maureen M., Booth, Sarah R. and Lamb, Janeen Therese. (2018) Using nvivo™ for literature reviews: The eight step pedagogy (N7+1). Qualitative Report: an online journal dedicated to qualitative research since 1990. 23(13), pp. 21 - 39.
|Authors||O'Neill, Maureen M., Booth, Sarah R. and Lamb, Janeen Therese|
While a literature review is a necessary milestone to be completed by all researchers in a timely and efficient manner, it is often one of the most difficult aspects of the research journey. Moreover, traditional approaches often leave novice researchers, to struggle with the conceptualisation of their literature review, now complicated by the overwhelming quantity of research available online. This paper presents a rationale the use of Qualitative Data Analysis Software (QDAS) programs for literature reviews. QDAS tools allow the researcher to explore large amounts of textual documents to see patterns. These programs are often overlooked by novice researchers due to their complexity and the lack of expertise provided to assist them. To combat this dilemma our paper outlines the N7+1 approach to using Nvivo11™ for literature reviews. Through this approach researchers can develop an “auditable footprint,” keep everything in one place, and go paperless.
|Keywords||Doctoral Research; Novice Researchers; NVivo™; Literature Review; Transparency; QDAS; Data Analysis; Teaching Qualitative Research; CAQDAS|
|Journal||Qualitative Report: an online journal dedicated to qualitative research since 1990|
|Journal citation||23 (13), pp. 21 - 39|
|Publisher||Nova Southeastern University|
|Open access||Open access|
|Page range||21 - 39|
|Place of publication||United States|
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