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ACRL MD Research Methods and Statistical Analysis Workshop Announced
October 12, 2012Posted by on
Join us on November 16th for “Stats Amazing! Research Methods and Statistics for the Busy Librarian” – a full-day workshop covering research methodologies and statistical analysis techniques relevant to academic libraries. Led by faculty from the University of Maryland iSchool, this workshop will help you identify appropriate research methods and make sense of all that data you’ve collected. Register now and get on the fast track to unlocking your inner researcher.
Details and registration information: http://bit.ly/statsamazing.
Space is limited! Registration closes on November 1st or when room capacity is reached.