About the Data Dive
The Social Science Methods and Methodology Faculty Leadership Forum (SSMM-FLF) is organizing a virtual two-day data analysis work session on Dec. 10 and Dec. 11 from 9 A.M. to 3 P.M.
Researchers (faculty, staff, and graduate students) will be expected to have datasets ready to analyze alongside other researchers at UNO. Many social science researchers who engage with qualitative data often require assurance and a space to discuss their analysis prior to disseminating findings. If you are in this position, this opportunity is for you. This two day workshop will include webinars over a lunch break about qualitative data analysis.
With the support of the Center for Faculty Excellence, the SSMM-FLF workshop will provide an inspiring environment for researchers to share their research project aims, set daily goals, hold accountability check-ins, and provide access to a daily webinar and discussion with colleagues about data analysis topics. The outcomes for this workshop will vary by participant. Overall, outcomes include completing data analysis, networking with other researchers, and improving skills in data analysis.
Please note: You can register for one or both days.
RSVP from the Center for Faculty Excellence calendar item for the Qualitative Data Dive.
A Zoom link will be sent to you after registering for the event.
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