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October 16, 2013

The Center for Teaching, Research & Learning invites the AU community to the Noontime Conversation "Where's Professor Waldo in the Land of MOOCs?" on Wednesday, October 16, 12:00-1:30 p.m., in Mary Graydon Center, Room 5. The wealth of material available online and in MOOCs challenges all of us to re-think how we teach. In this Noontime Conversation, we will explore together the role of faculty …more

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CTRL's research support workshops are running. Join us this week for Intro to SAS. SAS is one of the most powerful general-purpose statistical programs, used widely in research and by federal agencies. SAS is particularly well suited for doing statistics with very large data sets. Designed for first time and very-new users, this workshop teaches the following basic skills: basic data management …more

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After OCTOBER 16

Encourage questions, discussion and student collaboration through Piazza's wiki-like forum, where topics and questions can be searched for and edited. Piazza lets you answer once, encourages students to answer for you, allows handouts and homework to be posted and gives you the ability to track student participation.

If you are interested in learning other instructional tools or software, please …more

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CTRL's research support workshops are running. Join us this week for Introduction to NVivo. NVivo is a powerful research tool for coding data from a variety of sources, including interviews, surveys, maps, and videos. This program will help automate a variety of qualitative and quantitative research tasks, and provides a single place to keep track of a wide variety of data. Designed for first …more

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CTRL's research support workshops are running. Join us today for Introduction to SPSS. SPSS is one of the most user-friendly statistical programs, used widely by faculty and students at American University. Designed for first time and very-new users, this workshop teaches the following basic skills: importing and saving data; recoding variables; generating descriptive statistics; running …more

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CTRL's research support workshops are running. Join us today for Introduction to ICPSR. Inter-University Consortium for Political and Social Research (ICPSR) is the world's largest data archive of research in the social sciences, containing data in education, justice, demography, substance abuse, and terrorism, among others. This workshop is designed to teach new users how to find data, …more

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CTRL's research support workshops are running. Join us today for Introduction to EViews. E-Views is a statistical package useful for cross sectional, time series and panel data analyses. Most commonly used in economics, E-Views has a friendly interface, providing the user with an intuitive environment to analyze trends over time. Designed for first time and very-new users, this workshop teaches …more

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