A Date with Data from ICPSR
Learn how to use ICPSR (Inter-university Consortium for Political and Social Research) to find real research data for secondary analysis for your course paper, thesis, article or classroom. This overview will
- Introduce you to the vast range of regional, national and international datasets, data series and thematic collections available from ICPSR.
- Demonstrate their relevance to disciplines and programs throughout the university.
- Highlight tools available for data planning, data management and data processing.
- Introduce data-driven learning guides designed to reinforce key concepts in the social sciences.
A recording will be available after the session.
About the Presenter
Nita Bryant is the Behavioral and Social Sciences Research Librarian at James Branch Cabell Library on the Monroe Park Campus. She earned a PhD in Sociology from the University of Virginia and taught Sociology at VCU for over a decade. Nita is the library liaison to the departments of Sociology and Psychology, the School of Social Work and the International Programme in Addiction Studies. She has been the university's official representative in the ICPSR Consortium since 2013.
If you register, you will receive a link for webinar before the start of the session.