The Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning (CETL)

The Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning (CETL) offers programs and services to enhance the quality of education at Clark University. These programs are designed to serve faculty and PhD students, are created in response to faculty-identified needs, and are guided by the CETL Steering Committee. The CETL website also serves as a resource for information related to pedagogy and the learning sciences.

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Thur Sept 25

12-1 pm
Second Floor Goddard Library Group Study Room (203A)

ICPSR for Starters: An Introduction to a New Resource for Social Scientists and Historians

This year for the first time Clark has decided to join the other 700 universities and research institutes that constitute the Inter-University Consortium for Political and Social Research (ICPSR). Clark’s membership in the ICPSR opens the door to a treasure trove of data and other resources, and this workshop helps take you across the threshold. Since 1962, the ICPSR has provided unique services to the social science research community. This one-hour workshop offers a brief introduction to these services and then provides an introduction to using the data archive for teaching and research. 
If you have access to a laptop, could you please bring it with you? We will provide food and drink (and opportunities to wash hands prior to the hands-on part of the program).

RSVP: Http://www.clarku.edu/departments/cetl/events/register.cfm