Exciting news for anyone interested in learning the basics of statistical and qualitative analysis software! Registration is open for workshops to be held throughout spring semester at the Center for Innovation in Teaching and Learning! There will be workshops on ATLAS.ti, R, SAS, Stata, SPSS, and Questionnaire Design on Tuesdays and Wednesdays in February and March from 5:30-7:30 pm. To learn more details and to register click here to go to the workshops offered by CITL page. And if you need a place to use these statistical and qualitative software packages, such as to practice the skills you gained at the workshops stop by Scholarly Commons, Monday-Friday 9 am- 6 pm! And don’t forget, you can also schedule a consultation with our experts here for specific questions about using statistical and qualitative analysis software for your research!
The University of Illinois Center for Innovation in Teaching & Learning (CITL) has registration open for their fall line-up of workshops. These are the same workshops that have been offered by ATLAS in the past. The workshops show participants how to use statistical and qualitative analysis software, as well as social science data. Registration is free of charge to UIUC faculty, instructors, staff, and students. All workshops run from 5:30 to 7:30 PM, and all but the ATLAS.ti workshops will take place in room G8a in the Foreign Languages Building (the ATLAS.ti workshop’s location will be announced soon). This semester’s schedule is as follows:
- 9/20: R I: Getting Started with R
- 9/21: SAS I: Getting Started with SAS
- 9/27: R II: Inferential Statistics
- 9/28: SAS II: Inferential Statistics with SAS
- 10/4: Stata I: Getting Started with Stata
- 10/5: SPSS I: Getting Started with SPSS
- 10/6: ATLAS.ti I: Introduction – Qualitative Coding
- 10/11: Stata II: Inferential Statistics with Stata
- 10/12: SPSS II: Inferential Statistics with SPSS
- 10/13: ATLAS.ti II: Data Exploration and Analysis
- 10/18: Questionnaire Design
For more information about the individual workshops, or to get a look at the workshop tutorials, head to the Statistics, Data and Survey Wiki. To register for these workshops, head to the CITL Workshop Registration Form. If you have any questions or concerns, please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.