We’re delighted to be presenting a free webinar series on scholarly writing with our friends at NVivo.
If you’re ready to take your writing to the next level, learn how, from experienced academic writers in this new webinar series. These webinars are designed to help all scholarly writers, from students to published authors, to enhance skills through the entire writing process.
By joining the series you’ll find out how to:
- Humanize the Research Writing Process
- Develop Your Scholarly Voice
- Write and Represent Qualitative Research
- Complete a Service-Orientated Dissertation
Learn more about what this great line up of writing experts are going to cover.
Feel free to share this information with colleagues. If you can’t make it to one of the webinars, register anyway and we’ll send you a recording.
A new Citavi 6 beta version is now available for testing. This version includes some minor bug fixes.
Citavi 6.10 is now available. The latest update to Citavi 6 includes improvements and bug fixes.
A new Citavi 6 beta version is now available for testing. This version includes a modified login process, a new import and export for working with NVivo, and some minor bug fixes.
Today we announced the release of Citavi Web.
We’re happy to announce that our company Swiss Academic Software has been acquired by QSR International, the makers of NVivo.
A new Citavi 6 beta version is now available for testing. This version is primarily meant for users who are testing Citavi Web Beta and want to work with Citavi for Windows in parallel.
Working on a paper with Word for Mac? Then take a look at the new Citavi Assistant, which we've developed in conjunction with Citavi Web. It lets you easily insert references and knowledge items from your cloud projects into your Word for Mac and Word for Windows documents.
Want to test the beta version of the Citavi Assistant? You can do so via the Office Add-ins Store. This video shows how.
Curious about how the Assistant compares to the Citavi Word Add-In for Windows? Read our FAQ article to learn more.