Instructor: Jamie Barden, Professor Department of Psychology Schedule: Summer 2020
Is it measurable, replicable, and falsifiable?
Descriptive, correlational, or experimental?
Use online questionnaires, observations, or content analysis?
Correlation, regression, or analysis of variance (ANOVA)?
Step-by-step and hands-on instruction on uploading data, conducting analyses, interpreting findings and writing results.
One-on-one consultations with the instructor to address specific challenges in your research.
Instructor: Dawn Williams, Dean School of Education Schedule: Summer 2020
Attendees will learn to apply various methods of qualitative inquiry, including ethnographic, structured and semi-structured interviewing, focus groups, document and content analysis, narrative inquiry, phenomenological studies, case study, observation, historical research, and action research.
Instructor: Kyndra Middleton, Associate Professor School of Education Schedule: Summer 2020
Develop research questions with multiple predictors
Design multi-factor experimental and correlational studies
Match research design with proper statistics
Conduct and interpret ANOVA and regression analyses with multiple predictors and path analysis.
Use SPSS statistics package with step-by-step instruction
Write up findings for thesis, dissertation or publication