The Graduate School has added some intermediate SPSS workshops to this year’s development programme. They are for research students and early career researchers who have some experience using SPSS at a basic level. The workshops will run from the end of April to the middle of June and are now open for booking. Read the rest of this entry
The Graduate School are holding a series of four intermediate SPSS workshops, for research students and early career researchers, starting with ANOVAs next Monday 27th April. The workshops will be run by Dr Roz Collings from the Psychology Department at the University. To book, or for more information, please go the Eventbrite links listed in the table below. Read the rest of this entry
We have a range of workshops running in February, open to Postgraduate Research Students and Early Career Researchers at UN. They include short 2 hour workshops in qualitative and quantitative data analysis, a CV workshop and bibliometrics. Longer sessions include a presentation skills day for those of you presenting at conferences this year, plus Hugh Kearns will be visiting us again to help you tackle self-sabotage – procrastination, ‘too busy’ syndrome and disorganisation. His seminar will help you to understand why your thesis or research isn’t getting done and what you can do about it. Read the rest of this entry
A new quantitative methodology workshop for research students has been developed by a team from the School of Social Sciences and offered within the Graduate School Development Programme . “Analysing secondary data (quantitative): Going beyond the published results” has been designed by Catherine Fritz, Graham Smith, Chris Roe and Amar Cherchar. It will be held on Thursday, 27 March from 11am-1pm. Read the rest of this entry
On Monday 2nd December Paul Rice from CfAP is running the first of a series of two workshops on SPSS, specifically for research students with little or no experience of the software.
Introduction to SPSS will focus on the basic elements of quantitative research and the issues that should be considered in data analysis. The workshop will cover types of data, how this data can be entered into SPSS and will end with examining descriptive statistics. This is an application orientated session and the approach will be practical. No prior knowledge is required.
Title of workshop: SPSS part 1: Introduction to SPSS.
Where? Grendon 152, Grendon IT Centre, Park Campus
When? Monday, 2 December 2013 from 17:00 to 19:00
The follow on workshop Basic Inferential Statistics in SPSS will be held on 16th December.