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  1. Hello everyone, I would like to share an article from Singh and Thurman published in American Journal of Distance Education. Title: How Many Ways Can We Define Online Learning? A Systematic Literature Review of Definitions of Online Learning DOI:https://doi.org/10.1080/08923647.2019.1663082 In this study the authors present results from a systematic literature review for the definitions of online learning because the concept of online learning, though often defined, has a range of meanings attached to it. Authors and scholars use the term to mean very distinct, if not contradictory concepts. Please feel free to share your opinion. Regards,
  2. Hello everyone, I would like to share an article from Akbari et al. published in Benchmarking: An International Journal. Title: Corporate social responsibility and corporate citizenship in sustainable supply chain: a structured literature review DOI:https://doi.org/10.1108/BIJ-11-2019-0509 In this study the authors aim to provide a systematic insight into corporate social responsibility (CSR) and corporate citizenship (CC) in supply chain development, by analyzing the current literature, contemporary concepts, data and gaps for future discipline research. Please feel free to share your opinion. Regards,
  3. Hello everyone, I would like to share an article from Pulham and Graham published in Distance Edication. Title: Comparing K-12 online and blended teaching competencies: a literature review DOI:https://doi.org/10.1080/01587919.2018.1476840 In this study the authors present a synthesis of reports and research on K-12 blended teaching competencies compared with K-12 online teaching competencies. The skills needed to teach in online and blended environments are distinct from traditional teaching, but teacher education programs often do not equip preservice teachers for the new modes of instruction. Additionally, there is a dearth of research on blended teaching competencies. This review synthesizes 8 blended teaching documents and 10 online teaching documents. Please feel free to share your opinion. Regards,
  4. Hello everyone, I would like to share an article from Hamel et al. published in Journal of Clinical Epidemiology. Title: Defining Rapid Reviews: a systematic scoping review and thematic analysis of definitions and defining characteristics of rapid reviews DOI:https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jclinepi.2020.09.041 In this study the authors aim to create a repository of existing definitions and to identify key themes, which may help the knowledge synthesis community in defining rapid review products. Please feel free to share your opinion. Regards,
  5. Hello everyone, I would like to share an article from Erfani and Abedin published in Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology. Title: Impacts of the use of social network sites on users' psychological well-being: A systematic review DOI:https://doi.org/10.1002/asi.24015 In this study the authors conducted a systematic literature review to lay the groundwork for understanding the relationship between SNS use and users' psychological well-being and for devising strategies for taking advantage of this relationship. Please feel free to share your opinion. Regards,
  6. Hello everyone, I would like to share an article from Vilar-Compte et.al. published in International Journal for Equity in Health. Title: Urban poverty and nutrition challenges associated with accessibility to a healthy diet: a global systematic literature review DOI:https://doi.org/10.1186/s12939-020-01330-0 This study aims to assess urban poverty as a determinant of access to a healthy diet, and to examine the contribution of urban poverty to the nutritional status of individuals. Please feel free to share your opinion. Regards,
  7. Hello everyone, I would like to share an article from Tseng et.al. published in Resources, Conservation and Recycling. Title: A literature review on green supply chain management: Trends and future challenges DOI:https://doi.org/10.1016/j.resconrec.2018.10.009 This study aims to review the literature in green supply chain management (GSCM) published from 1998 to 2017 and presenting insights and directions for future research. The study collects data from Scopus and ISI Web of Science databases and objectively selects 880 papers and conducts metadata analysis. In addtion, 236 papers from ISI Web of Science is analyzed to present the insights along with the classifications of the literatures based on content analyses, which comprises of conceptual development, drivers and barriers, collaboration with supply chain partners, mathematical and other optimization models, and assessment of green supply chain management practices and performance. Please feel free to share your opinion. Regards,
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    Hello everyone, Nvivo allows you to import your references from Zotero to Nvivo for literature review. In this video I demonstrated how this process works. For detailed information please refer here. I hope this helps, Please share your ideas using "write a review" button below. Regards,
  9. I am using nvivo for a literature review and have coded several pdfs against research questions. I have imported the pdfs and they are saved as "files" in Nvivo and are titled by article title. I'd like to create a framework matrix using the document name (i.e. title) as the rows, and the research questions as the columns. When I create a framework matrix it appears I can't select files as rows. I've tried creating "cases" and "sets" from the files in nvivo. Still no luck creating a framework matrix. For example, when I select "cases" all I get is a blank matrix as per the attachment. When I select sets I can't select the sets of pdfs I have created from the files. I've included screenshots for both. Any suggestions or help/tutorials that discuss creating framework matrices from files?
  10. Hi, Can you tell me the purpose of create 2 case classifications - articles and author - when we do a literature review and what attribute we should use for each classification? I watched some YouTube videos (an official video from QSR and the other offered by Southern Cross Postgraduate Association on how to do literature review in NVivo) and saw that files were classified by articles and authors. I guess it serves some purpose, but I couldn't find explanations on why as well as how we should do it. Many thanks in advance!
  11. Version 1.0.0


    Hello everyone, Nvivo and Citavi allow you to adopt various strategies for your literature review. In this video, I am describing a way that focuses on facilitating your literature review writing process. Once you collected your relevant resources for your literature review (for the whole literature review section or any sub-section) and complete reading, you create your categories to represent sections and sub-sections of your paper. These sub-sections reflect themes in your literature review process. You can export your Citavi project and import it into Nvivo so that you can code your resources with your theme codes (and their sub-codes). Then, you can create a Framework Matrix in which you can see different conceptual approaches in a single column. The data presented in such a Framework Matrix will be helpful while you create your Knowledge Items in your Citavi project. I hope this helps, Please do share your strategies here, Regards,
  12. Hello everyone, When writing your literature review, it is critical to review different approaches to concepts that are relevant to your research question(s). Therefore to summarize those selected sources then synthesizing them with your standpoint through paraphrasing, first, you need to read selected sources thoroughly. Nvivo provides you great assistance to review your selected resources via its import bibliography and framework matrices features. Once you located your resources and imported them into Citavi (or other reference management software), you can export your references and files then import them into Nvivo. While importing, please choose 'name by' setting as 'Author and Year' then; start your coding process. After completing your coding, you can create a framework matrix putting your conceptual codes on columns and authors on rows. Doing so will allow you to see the coded context for each author's opinion on your research concepts. Such an ability to see all relevant approaches in a row will facilitate writing 'Knowledge' items in Citavi. If you have not tried already, please do so and share your experience here with us. Regards,
  13. Hello, I am currently using NVivo to conduct a structured literature analysis based on bibliographic and pdf data that I imported from Zotero. It is all going very well so far and I am in the process of coding each pdf to allow a structured review. However, I was trying to reimport pdfs and basically replace a reference's attachment (in one instance I wanted to reload a converted pdf from PowerPoint and in another instance, I wanted to rotate the pdf file) - and it doesn't work. Every time when I reimport it a completely new, unreferenced item is uploaded and the old item (which I want to replace) just stays where it is. I tried to follow the steps described elsewhere on reimporting the classification sheet, which I did (again with no result) and I am worried that I will overwrite and possibly corrupt my database by doing this. It would be fantastic if you could help. (Could you also tell me what exactly happens when exporting and reimporting classification sheets? especially when possible not all the right boxes are ticked when reimporting the file? - if this could be a problem, how can I overcome it? Just upload an updated database from Zotero?) Many thanks, A
  14. Hi Team, I have many references with both endnote bibliographic data and associated .pdfs. I have been trying to import both together through the Data/FromOtherSources/Endnote wizard, and I think I am following the instructions/set up correctly from here: http://help-nv11.qsrinternational.com/desktop/procedures/exchange_data_between_nvivo_and_reference_management_tools.htm?rhsearch=endnote&rhsyns=%20#Understand_how_files_associated_with_references_are_handled and here: http://help-nv11.qsrinternational.com/desktop/concepts/about_document_and_pdf_sources.htm. I have also checked the Endnote file location so these should be accessible but there's a possibility this is still not right. It is important to my research that the attributes from the bibliographic data are attached to the external reference as well as the pdf so I can see how the issues and arguments in the field have developed over time. Advice appreciated, I think/hope this is something simple I've missed as it looks like this is what the wizard is set up to do. Cheers, Elizabeth G P1 EN w Att Test.xml
  15. Hi Team, My second question for today is also about endnote - my bibliographic records are central to the design of my systematic literature review, which means that I need to set up each endnote reference as an individual case node in Nvivo and code/link other items about the same article to that case. This is partly because I need to export multiple versions of my data from Endnote to Nvivo to separate out the abstracts from other 'notes' and to identify individual authors etc. So my question is - where can I find the Endnote record number in Nvivo after import so that I can use it to create unique cases and code/auto-code to cases? I have checked the .txt/xls and .xml files that I can export from endnote and I can see that the record number is included in the export from endnote when the right filters are used for the export, but the record number seems to disappear in Nvivo post-import (see attached screenshot). Mysterious. Appreciate it if anyone can help me find these as I am sure I can make a work-around but it would be better to have a more reliable-repeatable process. Cheers, Elizabeth G
  16. I’ve got an issue in NVivo around classification sheets for sources vs. nodes for a systematic review. It’s papers basically that are imported as sources (rather than interviews but in effect they can be treated the same) that have then been coded via nodes that I’ve developed. I’ve got a source classification sheet with attributes that highlight key differences in the papers such as location. What I want to do is explore the coding based on the attributes of the papers e.g. china vs. UK. I can do this via a matrix query but it’s not working in the way that I want. I don’t have node classifications as the papers are sources rather than nodes – so I can’t explore via node attributes, if that makes sense? I played with the idea of creating case nodes, but it doesn’t feel right. Any suggestions as to what I could do to compare the coding in the papers without having to create case nodes?
  17. I was wondering if anyone could help. This is probably a really simple question, but I'm a little stumped. I'm doing a literature review with NVivo 10 and would like to pull a summary of all the extracts coded in a single document (pdf), categorised by node. I'm pretty sure this has something to do with the "Node Summary Extract" function within reports, but I haven't been able to work out how to do this for just one document (when I do it for all my documents, NVivo crashes). Many thanks for any advice.
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