Kansas State University has new site license keys for NVivo 11 Plus and NVivo 10 to cover access through April 2017. To access the site license(s), visit the following site, and sign in with a current K-State eID and password.
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QSR International recently approved a change to the K-State site license agreement to enable K-State researchers (faculty, staff, and graduate students) to share the K-State license key with direct individual research partners on non-commercial research projects. These research partners may be undergraduate researchers and / or individuals from off-campus.
A limited use case. This is a limited site license extension that applies to individuals who are collaborating on research (such as by coding qualitative, mixed methods, and multi-methodology research data, or advising on a project). The license does not apply to other groups or organizations.
“Tapping Social Media Data with NCapture and NVivo” will be offered 1:30-3:30 p.m. Friday, April 24, in 301 Hale Library. This presentation provides an overview of the NCapture add-in to NVivo 10 as a tool for extracting information from social media platforms and will explore how the extracted data is analyzed using NVivo 10, a qualitative and mixed methods data analysis tool.
K-State recently renewed its site license for NVivo 10 to allow all current faculty, staff, and graduate students to have access to this qualitative and mixed methods research software. As part of this process, a new license key was issued for all site-license-based users of the software.
To ensure uninterrupted access to each installation of the software, please be sure to update the license. Continue reading “NVivo site license renewed; new license key for users”
To help individual users prepare for research projects, QSR International (Americas) is offering a special price for online workshops running now through June 30.
There are 90-minute workshops on special topics for $125 per course for the general public, or $95 for students. If you enroll in any one, you may enroll in a second at half price. (This applies only to purchases made between now and June 30.)
Working on ethnographic field data? Just finished conducting a large-scale online survey? Exploring grounded theory? Engaged in action research? Portraiture?
Analyzing data and information from a range of digital data types? Conducting a qualitative meta-analysis?
Working on a qualitative or mixed methods thesis, dissertation, or manuscript?
K-Staters conducting qualitative and mixed methods research and engaging in data analytics now have another software tool to enhance their work.
K-State’s current site-license contract with Novell will expire Wednesday, June 30, as reported in an InfoTech Tuesday March 23 article. Departments and units that want to use Novell products will be required to maintain their own licensing. Questions can be directed to Rob Wirtz (firstname.lastname@example.org, 785-532-3346).
Computing and Telecommunication Services (CTS) has been working the last few years to transition K-State away from Novell-based servers and services to Microsoft-based solutions. These migrations are complete and the current agreement with Novell for a site license for their products is no longer required. The current site-license contract will expire June 30.
Individual units and departments that prefer to use Novell products are welcome to do so, but will be required to maintain their own licensing. Continue reading “K-State's Novell site license to be discontinued June 30”