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


Laura Atkins, ATLAS

Date Feb 1, 2013
Time 10:00 am - 10:50 am  

314 library




University Library

Event type Workshop
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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

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