Boston University’s EdTech Director defines the benefits of learning analytics and provides an overview of BU’s long term student learner analytics goals and objectives.
The Educational Technology group in DL&I is hiring a full-time on-campus educational technologist. (This is a different position from the instructional-technologist position currently being advertised in the College of Arts
Following up our survey last spring, we now have a group for BU NVivo users from around campus to meet and get to know NVivo better. The group has had an introductory meeting
QSR, the makers of NVivo, offers a variety of free webinars for those interested in learning more about qualitative data analysis with this software. As well as regular introductory webinars, there are
NVivo has released new versions of its Windows and Mac software, with features likely to be of interest to the BU community. NVivo for Windows now allows you to import
The new version of NVivo is now available! The new NVivo for Mac now allows you to import pictures and code regions of the picture (allowing you to code handwritten
BU IS&T is happy to announce that we have moved up to a site-wide, unlimited-user licence for NVivo, our software for qualitative data analysis. Formerly, we were limited to 500
IS&T ETTO is exploring the possibility of a user group for faculty and staff working with NVivo, and perhaps other data-analysis software such as Qualtrics, to meet and share ideas
If you’re thinking about adopting NVivo in your classes, you can download the NVivo Teacher’s Guide from the official NVivo website. It contains modules introducing various aspects of NVivo to
QSR International, the makers of NVivo, will be providing a free March 9 teaching session at BU built around the NVivo Teacher’s Guide. This resource is used by professors worldwide.