The Graduate School of Social Sciences (VU-GSSS) is happy to announce its upcoming (early) summer workshops which will take place in May 2016. The intensive workshops focus on specialized qualitative and/or quantitative methods, and provide you with hands-on experience. Summer workshops are a great way to develop and/or strengthen your skills in between busy semesters of study and work. This year VU-GSSS gives you the chance to start planning ahead with (early) summer workshops.
- Conducting Meta-Analyses (By Prof. Brad Bushman, May 17-20, 2016)
Meta-analyses have become an increasingly important method to summarise a body of evidence on a specific question. More so than traditional narrative reviews, a meta-analysis allows you to objectively combine and test the result of several studies that focus on the same hypothesis. This hands-on workshop is aimed at researchers with general knowledge of conducting quantitative analyses, but who want to learn how to conduct a meta-analytic review.
- Programming and Analyzing in R.
(By Dr. Wouter van Atteveldt, May 23-27, 2015)
R is a statistical toolkit that is becoming increasingly popular for more advanced analyses in the social sciences. Getting started with using R, however, can be quite challenging. This intensive hands-on workshop will get you started using R on your own dataset.
So, what are you waiting for??? Check the Summer Workshops Manual for more information on the courses, credits, fees and timetable here.
Remember to spread the news to fellow colleagues at the VU and at other universities.
To sign up for the courses, or to ask questions and request additional information, email the VU-GSSS at firstname.lastname@example.org