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!
This semester, ATLAS is conducting several short evening courses to show participants how to use statistical, GIS (geographic information systems), and qualitative software, as well as social science data. Statistical & GIS workshops are available to all University of Illinois faculty, instructors, staff, and students.
The Spring 2015 Workshop Schedule
02/24/2015 – ATLAS.ti 1: Introduction – Qualitative Coding
03/03/2015 – ATLAS.ti 2: Data Exploration and Analysis
02/11/2015 – ArcGIS 1: Introduction to ArcCatalog and ArcMap
02/18/2015 – ArcGIS 2: Introduction to ArcToolbox
02/25/2015 – SPSS 1: Getting Started with SPSS
03/04/2015 – SPSS 2: Inferential Statistics with SPSS
03/11/2015 – Stata 1: Getting Started with Stata
03/18/2015 – Stata 2: Inferential Statistics with Stata
03/10/2015 – SAS 1: Getting Started with SAS
03/17/2015 – SAS 2: Inferential Statistics with SAS
02/10/2015 – R 1: Getting Started with R
02/17/2015 – R 2: Inferential Statistics
04/01/2015 – R 3: R Studio
03/31/2015 – Questionnaire Design
The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences (LAS) has recently purchased licenses for the online survey research tools Surveygizmo and Qualtrics. Both tools offer users the ability to create online surveys.
Who is eligible to use this software?
Only LAS faculty, graduate students, and undergraduates registered in a LAS course are eligible to use this software. These accounts are free to those faculty and students. To request an account please use this link: http://www.surveygizmo.com/s3/1781704/surveytool.
For questions on how to use these tools, or if you need assistance in selecting the right tool for your needs, please contact email@example.com. Or, drop by their open lab hours Monday – Thursday 9am – 5pm and Friday 9am – 3pm in 2043 Lincoln Hall.
ATLAS also offers:
– A free questionnaire design workshop and assistance with programming online surveys: http://www.atlas.illinois.edu/services/stats/consulting/
– An open computer lab with knowledgeable staff ready to answer you questions about quantitative and qualitative research and programs: 2043 Lincoln Hall, Monday – Thursday 9am – 5pm, and Friday 9am – 2pm.
– Classroom demonstrations for programs such as SPSS 20, SAS 9.2, Stata 12 SE, ArcGIS 10, R 2.15.1, MS Excel, and others. Visit this page to request a tutorial: http://www.atlas.illinois.edu/services/stats/tutorials/
The college of LAS has recently purchased college-wide licenses for the online survey research tools: Surveygizmo and Qualtrics. These accounts are free to faculty and students. To request an account please use the following link: http://www.surveygizmo.com/s3/1781704/surveytool
ATLAS also offers:
— A free questionnaire design workshop and assistance with programing online surveys:http://www.atlas.illinois.edu/services/stats/consulting/
–An open computer lab with knowledgeable staff ready to answer your questions about quantitative and qualitative research and programs: 2043 Lincoln Hall,(9-5 M-Th, 9-3 F)
–Free workshops: http://www.surveygizmo.com/s3/1708941/workshop-registration
–Classroom demonstrations for our supported programs: http://www.atlas.illinois.edu/services/stats/tutorials/
Here is the ATLAS Fall Workshop Schedule
10/08/2014 – ATLAS.ti Introduction – Qualitative Coding
9/24/2014 – ArcGIS 1: Introduction to ArcCatalog and ArcMap
10/01/2014 – ArcGIS 2: Introduction to ArcToolbox
10/07/2014 – SPSS 1: Getting Started with SPSS
10/142014 – SPSS 2: Inferential Statistics with SPSS
10/22/2014 – Stata 1: Getting Started with Stata
10/29/2014 – Stata 2: Inferential Statistics with Stata
10/21/2014 – SAS 1: Getting Started with SAS
10/28/2014 – SAS 2: Inferential Statistics with SAS
09/23/2014 – R: Getting Started with R
09/30/2014 – R 2: Inferential Statistics
11/04/2014 – Survey Research
Do you need help locating data for a project or thesis? Do you need assistance preparing your data for analysis? ATLAS holds Data Service hours in the Library’s Scholarly Commons (306 Main Library). For more information please visit: http://www.library.illinois.edu/datagis/
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