The new NVivo was launched by QSR in March this year, and is now available to Chest customers at no added cost. This new more intuitive NVivo is much in demand from NVivo users, it brings many advantages including improved usability, streamlined coding, easy to use menus, and an in-app quick start guide, plus integration with Cloud Collaboration (see below). Check out the 2-minute intro video here. Please note, any institution wishing to upgrade to the new NVivo will be required to sign a declaration (available on this page) that ensures Chest customers can use the new features whilst QSR protects and reassures you from a compliance, security, GDPR and data protection perspective.
Also now available through Chest is NVivo Collaboration Cloud, which allows users to share data, expertise and insights across teams with NVivo's collaboration solutions. As research teams expand in size and geography, so does the importance of collaboration with colleagues. The collaboration add-on uses the power of the cloud to enable teams to work together on NVivo projects, no matter where they may be working. Collaboration Cloud is available to buy on a per-user basis. Find more details of the NVivo Collaboration Cloud Chest Agreement here. Cloud Collaboration is only usable with the new NVivo.
We have also updated the NVivo Transcription Chest Agreement to a per-user model following feedback from institutions. NVivo Transcription allows users to transcribe audio files and transfer them in an NVivo ready format, straight to their project, or into a text file for other uses. NVivo Transcription's intuitive editor allows users to quickly make changes, tag speakers and ensure that their transcription is formatted how they need it. As an institution, you can now buy licences per user, with each user then receiving annual access. Find out more about the NVivo Transcription Chest Agreement here.
To support these new products, QSR will be running a 30 minute webinar at 11.00 on the 16 July. Please click here to find out more / register. In October, they will run a series of webinars for users in academia, but we wanted you to have the information earlier.
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