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From Stale to Stellar: The Truth Behind How to Create an Engaging Scientific Webinar

For the rest of the year (and possibly longer) academic and scientific conferences are either going to be cancelled or virtual. Regardless of whether you find this exciting or dreadful, Dr. Echo Rivera is here to help you create and deliver an awesome webinar/virtual presentation.

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Free Webinar on Switching to Online Teaching

In response to the COVID-19 outbreak, many universities around the world switched to online teaching and remote learning both at scale and at speed. This creates huge challenges for faculty – especially among those who haven’t taught remotely before. In this free webinar, “Top tips for switching to teaching online,” hosts Tom Chatfield and Elspeth […]

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Upcoming Webinar: Transitioning Your Intro Stats Course to R

Here’s a common scenario – you’re responsible for introductions to statistics class and while you want to use R in the class (maybe transitioning from another stats package), you’re hesitant. Maybe you have outstanding questions before you make the leap, or you’re concerned about your own expertise.  Sound familiar? Then consider attending an upcoming webinar, […]

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March 24, Free Webinar: What’s New in NVivo? w/ International Institute for Qualitative Methodology

The new NVivo is the most intuitive QDA software, allowing you to quickly and easily find the features and functions you need, and boost your research productivity. Join us for an IIQM exclusive sneak peek at the new NVivo with NVivo Community Director, Stacy Penna. Click here to register!

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Free Webinar, March 12: “Natural Experiments: An Empowering Tool for Social Data Science”

Register for this free webinar from SAGE Campus for social scientists, hosted by Dr Taha Yasseri of the Oxford Internet Institute. In the webinar, Taha will introduce you to the emerging field of social data science and explain the role of natural experiments as a tool in the big data-driven approach to research. He will showcase examples of successful natural experiment designs in his own research and beyond.

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