There is data on the size of a room, on global monitoring of climate patterns, on flavors of ice cream eaten on a specific days. But data on its own is useless: students and educators to know how to collect, analyze and interpret data correctly.
Fortunately SAGE is offering help to those who want to learn more on how to manage and propose data more efficiently and effectively.
On September 27, at 2 P.M. ET, SAGE Publishing hosts a one-hour webinar on how to collect, examine, and report data efficiently. The discussion will feature Lynda Kellam, a data services and government information librarian, and SAGE Stats’ Diana Aleman (who blogs here at Method Space). Both will give practical demonstrations on how data works and why it is important in the workforce today.