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Getting Started and Finishing your Dissertation
Using NVivo
www.queri.com
Kristi Jackson, MEd PhD
kjackson@queri.com
303-8...
 Session 1
◦ NVivo and successfully defended dissertations
 Session 2
◦ NVivo and the dissertation literature review
 S...
 Large group
 Small group
 One-on-one
 Independent work
Stay a 4th day
at no extra cost
www.Queri.com
1. Customizing your defense
2. Questions for your Chair/Committee
3. NVivo visualizations in your defense
◦ Three types
◦ ...
 Getting ideas
◦ Watch other defenses
◦ Ask faculty about what makes a defense successful
(in general)
◦ Ask students wha...
 Looking for facets of transparency
 Instead, found diversity
 Social construction of transparency
 Communities of pra...
 Who is the audience?
◦ Experts?
◦ General public?
 What are the standard elements?
 What are some “optional” elements?...
 How much time should I take to present?
 Will questions occur during the presentation
or be held until after?
 Should ...
Doctoral
student
Faculty
member
Exemplary
qualitative
research article
Dissertation
Interview
Node Name Sources References
Standards and logic and methods 6 16
Replicability 4 5
Succinct and good writing 4 6
Team res...
Doctoral
student
Faculty
member
Exemplary
qualitative
research article
Dissertation
Interview
Doctoral
student
Faculty
member
Exemplary
qualitative
research article
Dissertation
Interview
 Researcher as architect– prospective thinking
 Researcher as archaeologist – retrospective
thinking
 Researcher as artist – speculative thinking
 Three types of visualizations
◦ Summaries
◦ Coding displays
◦ Idea connectors
 Three postures to take when visualizing
...
 Be prepared to revise
◦ Reserve the time and don’t let it sit!!!!
 Use visualizations to map changes
 Write a memo abo...
 Session 1
◦ NVivo and successfully defended dissertations
 Session 2
◦ NVivo and the dissertation literature review
 S...
 Large group
 Small group
 One-on-one
 Independent work
Stay a 4th day
at no extra cost
www.Queri.com
Getting Started and Finishing your Dissertation
Using NVivo
www.queri.com
Kristi Jackson, MEd PhD
kjackson@queri.com
303-8...
NVivo and your Dissertation Defense
NVivo and your Dissertation Defense
NVivo and your Dissertation Defense
NVivo and your Dissertation Defense
NVivo and your Dissertation Defense
NVivo and your Dissertation Defense
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Find out how to translate a written document into an oral presentation and uncover creative ideas to maximize your communication of findings using NVivo in the defense of your dissertation.

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NVivo and your Dissertation Defense

  1. 1. Getting Started and Finishing your Dissertation Using NVivo www.queri.com Kristi Jackson, MEd PhD kjackson@queri.com 303-832-9502
  2. 2.  Session 1 ◦ NVivo and successfully defended dissertations  Session 2 ◦ NVivo and the dissertation literature review  Session 3 ◦ NVivo, ethics and IRBs  Session 4 ◦ NVivo and your dissertation defense
  3. 3.  Large group  Small group  One-on-one  Independent work Stay a 4th day at no extra cost www.Queri.com
  4. 4. 1. Customizing your defense 2. Questions for your Chair/Committee 3. NVivo visualizations in your defense ◦ Three types ◦ Three postures 4. After the defense
  5. 5.  Getting ideas ◦ Watch other defenses ◦ Ask faculty about what makes a defense successful (in general) ◦ Ask students what went well or poorly in their defenses ◦ Do a “reverse outline” of your dissertation  Develop an artifact for yourself that represents your work and helps provide closure. ◦ Share it?
  6. 6.  Looking for facets of transparency  Instead, found diversity  Social construction of transparency  Communities of practice  Transparency as a reflection of ◦ Self, in a community of practice ◦ Ideologies ◦ Values
  7. 7.  Who is the audience? ◦ Experts? ◦ General public?  What are the standard elements?  What are some “optional” elements? ◦ Can I do anything arts-based, for instance?  Focus? ◦ Key points from each chapter ◦ Focus on final chapters ◦ Take an important thread and follow/explain  OR . . . Develop your proposal/understanding of the audience, elements, focus, and get feedback
  8. 8.  How much time should I take to present?  Will questions occur during the presentation or be held until after?  Should I use PowerPoint or other presentation tools?  What technology is available or should I use?  Can or should I use “hand-outs”?  What paperwork is required before/after? ◦ Who is responsible? ◦ Copies/duplicates?
  9. 9. Doctoral student Faculty member Exemplary qualitative research article Dissertation Interview
  10. 10. Node Name Sources References Standards and logic and methods 6 16 Replicability 4 5 Succinct and good writing 4 6 Team research 1 1 Inductive 1 1 Mixed methods 1 2
  11. 11. Doctoral student Faculty member Exemplary qualitative research article Dissertation Interview
  12. 12. Doctoral student Faculty member Exemplary qualitative research article Dissertation Interview
  13. 13.  Researcher as architect– prospective thinking
  14. 14.  Researcher as archaeologist – retrospective thinking
  15. 15.  Researcher as artist – speculative thinking
  16. 16.  Three types of visualizations ◦ Summaries ◦ Coding displays ◦ Idea connectors  Three postures to take when visualizing ◦ Architect – prospective ◦ Archaeologist – retrospective ◦ Artist - speculative
  17. 17.  Be prepared to revise ◦ Reserve the time and don’t let it sit!!!!  Use visualizations to map changes  Write a memo about the changes and import it into NVivo as a log ◦ Confirm your understanding with the chair ◦ OR . . . Import the notes/letter the Chair provides  Follow your IRB guidelines for storing/destroying your database  CELEBRATE!
  18. 18.  Session 1 ◦ NVivo and successfully defended dissertations  Session 2 ◦ NVivo and the dissertation literature review  Session 3 ◦ NVivo, ethics and IRBs  Session 4 ◦ NVivo and your dissertation defense
  19. 19.  Large group  Small group  One-on-one  Independent work Stay a 4th day at no extra cost www.Queri.com
  20. 20. Getting Started and Finishing your Dissertation Using NVivo www.queri.com Kristi Jackson, MEd PhD kjackson@queri.com 303-832-9502

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