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Submit a request for a Savvy Researcher title to be taught at your upcoming course, research group, or faculty meeting: http://go.library.illinois.edu/workshoprequest

(Note: Sessions are limited to five participants or more.)

Most sessions are held in Main Library, Room 314 but be sure to double-check your location

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- Research Services for People with Disabilities: http://guides.library.illinois.edu/usersdisabilities/gethelp

- CITL Instructor Workshops and Teaching Sessions: http://citl.illinois.edu/Calendar

- Illinois Program for Research in the Humanities (IPRH): http://illinois.edu/calendar/list/4639 

- Lynda.com Online Training Library: http://web.uillinois.edu/lynda/lynda_uiuc/

- Graduate College Events: http://illinois.edu/calendar/list/3695

- Statistics worskhops offered by CITL: http://go.illinois.edu/statsworkshops

>> Statistics, Survey, and Data Drop-in Consulting: An open computer lab with knowledgeable staff ready to answer your questions about quantitative and qualitative research and programs. Location: G8 Foreign Language Building (FLB) - Monday-Thursday 10-4 and Fridays 10-3. For more information:  http://go.illinois.edu/SurveyStatsResouces

- Survey Research Lab Webinar Series: http://www.srl.uic.edu/seminars/Fall16Seminars.htm

4 out of 5 Professors Agree: Citing Polls in Your Papers Will Earn You a Better Grade

Event Type
Conference/Workshop
Sponsor
University Library
Location
314 library
Date
Feb 1, 2013   10:00 - 10:50 am  
Speaker
Laura Atkins, ATLAS
Cost
Free
Registration
Please register - Reminders sent the day before the workshop

Would you like to enhance your research papers with data from public opinion polls? Learn to use the famous Roper iPOLL database which contains nearly half a million public opinion survey questions dating from 1935 to 2012. No knowledge of statistics or statistical programming is required. Jointly sponsored by the University Library and ATLAS.

  • Introduction to  Roper iPoll
  • Hands-on experience finding poll data and making tables in an online interface 
  • Using SPSS to make simple tables 
  • Bring your public opinion poll questions

Developing better research skills is just a tweet away. Learn to find sources, manage information, and share your research with the world: https://twitter.com/IllinoisLibrary

 

ALL WORKSHOPS ARE SPONSORED BY THE GRADUATE COLLEGE AND RESEARCH AND INFORMATION SERVICES AND THE SCHOLARLY COMMONS, UNIVERSITY LIBRARY.

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