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Late Medieval and Early Modern History

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March

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Data for Social Justice part 1: Finding Data March 6, 6.30-8pm

This class will introduce various sources of data (including demographic, economic, and social data) that can be analyzed and mapped to advance social justice initiatives.

Data for Social Justice part 2: Analyzing and Visualizing Data March 13, 6.30-8pm

This class will cover different web applications and software available for analyzing and visualizing demographic, economic, and social data.

Data for Social Justice: Mapping Data March 27, 6.30-8pm

This class will explore both free and subscription GIS resources that can be used to create compelling maps that advance social justice causes.

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Basic SPSS March 5, 6.30-8pm

This class will give a general overview of the SPSS statistical package: What is it? What can it do? What do you need to know to get started with it?

Advanced SPSS March 26, 6.30-8pm

This hands-on workshop will cover SPSS in more depth: How do you enter and explore data with SPSS? How do you manage and analyze your data?

 

April

Measuring and Increasing Your Scholarly Impact April 9, 6.30-8pm

This class will introduce the metrics currently used to evaluate scholarly journals, authors, and articles, and will discuss the effect on impact of making works available open access.

 

 

      

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