Available on computers throughout the University Libraries, IBM SPSS Statistics is a collection of products used to access and manage data, select and perform analyses, and share results. This semester, the College of Education’s Dr. Sara Tomek will teach three SPSS workshops at McLure Library: Introduction to SPSS, Advanced SPSS: ANOVA, and Advanced SPSS: Categorical Data. Continue reading
Registration for Fall 2015 Academic Technologies workshops is now open! This semester will offer opportunities to learn about ArcGIS, Esri Story Maps, Google Geo Tools (My Maps, Earth, and Fusion Tables), Microsoft Office (Excel, PowerPoint, Sway, and Word), NVivo, SPSS, and more. Download a flyer (landscape (PDF) & portrait (PDF)) or view workshop descriptions and register here. Continue reading
Advanced SPSS: Correlation and Regression is a new addition to the statistical analysis workshop series presented by the University Libraries and the College of Education Research Assistance Center. Continue reading
The Introduction to SAS workshop returns this Friday at Rodgers Library. Continue reading
There will be two opportunities to learn about SAS this semester: next week’s Get to Know SAS and, in March, Introduction to SAS. Continue reading
The popular Introduction to SPSS workshop returns next week at McLure Library. Continue reading
There will be two opportunities to learn about SPSS next week: a Get to Know SPSS session and an Introduction to SPSS workshop. Continue reading
I’m happy to share that our Spring 2015 Academic Technologies workshop schedule is now available. This semester will offer opportunities to learn about ArcGIS, Microsoft Word, NVivo, SAS, SPSS, and SketchUp. View a list of workshops by date and topic or register here.
Rodgers Library will also offer several software workshops this semester; topics include QtiPlot, Adobe InDesign, SketchUp, and MATLAB. You can read workshop descriptions and register here.
I’m happy to announce the next installment in the statistical analysis workshop series presented by the University Libraries and the College of Education Research Assistance Center! Introduction to SAS will provide an introduction to the SAS Education Analytic Suite software available in the Libraries. Continue reading