Additional Library Resources
Criminal Justice Guide
This guide provides you with easy access to Criminal Justice and related resources. Use the tabs towards the top of the page to go to the relevant section. Please contact me if you need further assistance, I'm here to help!
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Lloyd Sealy Library, John Jay College of Criminal Justice
The Lloyd Sealy Library at John Jay has an extensive collection of criminal justice and law print and electronic resources. Graduate Center students are able to visit and borrow books from all CUNY libraries, including John Jay.
These workshops and others can also be found on the library calendar
Unless otherwise noted, register for each workshop by clicking on the title.
Data for Social Justice (register for each section separately)
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.
This class will cover different web applications and software available for analyzing and visualizing demographic, economic, and social data.
This class will explore both free and subscription GIS resources that can be used to create compelling maps that advance social justice causes.
SPSS (register for each section separately)
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?
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?
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.