The Institute is comprised of workshops that bridge statistics and research methods. More than 80 graduate students, research staff, and faculty from the Howard community attend our workshops each year. The workshops are offered for FREE to the Howard community through the support of the NAEP-ETS Howard University Collaborative.
Multivariate Research Methods and Statistics, May 9-20, 2016, 10:00-2:00
Learn to identify which analysis to conduct when dealing with multiple independent variables/predictors and receive step-by-step instruction using SPSS for factorial ANOVA, multiple regression, moderation/mediation analyses and path analysis.
Dr. Woojae Kim, Department of Psychology and Dr. Debbie Van Camp, Department of Psychology, Trinity of Washington
Qualitative Research Methods Workshop, May 16-27, 2016, 10:00-2:00
Learn various methods including ethnography, structured interviewing, focus groups, content analysis, narrative inquiry, phenomenological studies, case study, observation, historical research, and action research. The workshop includes hands-on instruction in NVIVO.
Instructor: Dr. Dawn Williams, Department Chair, School of Education
Basic Quantitative Methods and Statistics Workshop, May 23-June 3, 2016, 10:00-2:00
Learn to test your research questions with a simple, well-designed experimental or correlational study with a single independent variable or predictor. Receive hands-on instruction in SPSS for uni-variate statistics, including correlation, ANOVA, and regression.
Dr. Jamie Barden, Department of Psychology
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