Grad School Survival Pack: Research & Statistics Using SPSS
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This course takes you through every step of your grad school research with a focus on data analysis using SPSS.
Are you a graduate student who gets fevers when somebody is talking about research or statistics, but who has to do a thesis anyway? Or are you a professional who is assigned with a research task with no previous research experience?
This course is all you need!
With this class, my goal is to help you, inexperienced researcher, to find your way around the unforgiving maze of research design and SPSS. Research methods and statistics classes may get complicated, difficult and boring for some. However, most of us including those who think research and statistics are complex and/or boring are faced with the arduous task of conducting a research study at some point in our student or professional lives. This class is designed to help you survive those occasions.
This series of lectures was designed in such a way that it includes only and all that is necessary to conduct a bare-bones research study. We will begin by briefly explaining the foundations of research design, and then quickly proceed to how you collect and analyze data, using SPSS. This course takes the most crucial sections of grad level Research Methods and Data Analysis classes and combines them in a way which ensures that you have all you need to get through your thesis or any other research assignment. This class is intentionally designed to keep things simple and avoid complex mechanics of stuff as much as possible. However, even though it is kept at the bare minimum, there will be times where I will have to explain the logic behind what is going on. Trust me, it is going to help you.
It will take you about three hours to complete this class. At the end of this three hours, you will be much more knowledgeable about how to design a study, collect data, and analyze your data.