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July 17, 2020

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Friday, July 17, 2020

9:00 AM - 4:00 PM Advanced SPSS: Intro to Regression

This 1-day workshop is geared toward those hoping to gain a basic understanding of regression analysis using SPSS. The workshop will start with simple bivariate linear regression and move onto multivariate regression with continuous, discrete and binary dependent variables. By the end of the workshop, participants will be able to import data into SPSS, recode variables, run regression models and interpret results.

New free licence for registrants: After you register, you will be provided with a software licence to use for the month of July 2020.

Prerequisites:
This session offers training in advanced techniques. It is required that participants have a solid understanding of basic concepts in quantitative methodology, such as variable scales (nominal, ordinal, continuous), and should have a basic understanding of the meaning of inferential statistics (e.g., “statistical significance”). Most importantly, students should have a background in basic SPSS usage and coding. Intermediate level of knowledge

Prepare:
Please pre-install the software on your own device so you can follow along.

There will be a manual for particiapants to review beforehand on the MyLearningSpace platform; instructions will be emailed to you.

Instructor:
Andre Perella

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  • 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM Indigenous Methodologies

    This workshop will explore the nature of Indigenous thought and philosophy and its use for Indigenous research theories, methods, and methodologies. Participants will examine Indigenous research issues within Western academic pursuits and the need and priority of implementing Indigenous research methodologies. You will be exposed to aspects of Indigenous research protocols and activities that exist within Indigenous communities.

    Prerequisites:
    Helpful to have knowledge of Indigenous peoples’ knowledge/history/philosophy, but not necessary. Minimal knowledge and awareness of research methods and methodologies.

    Prepare:
    Readings will be provided in the MyLearningSpace platform to complete before the workshop. Participants will be emailed with instructions.

    Instructor:
    Darren Thomas

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