24th March 2016
Alun Buildings, Bangor University
23rd March 2015 - Start: 10:00am, Finish: 7:00pm
24th March 2015 - Start: 9:00am, Finish: 3:30pm- See more at: http://wiserd.ac.uk/news/latest-news/shaping-labour-party/#sthash.w7r8jDYI.dpuf
WISERD is committed to delivering a series of Training & Capacity Building events having identified the types of courses that would be of most benefit to WISERD researchers and those outside of WISERD.
The next event is aimed at researchers who wish to perform basic statistical analysis using SPSS software. For example, to create descriptive statistics including charts to represent quantitative data, and to perform basic analysis such as t-tests and Chi Square tests. No prior knowledge of the software or statistical analysis is required. However, if attendees do already have a reasonable knowledge of statistics, the morning session will be optional.
The morning session:
(statistical analysis) will be aimed at researchers with no background in quantitative research, or those who have not worked in this area for some time and need refreshing on the basic areas.
The afternoon session:
is an introduction to using SPSS statistical analysis software. It is aimed at researchers that have no previous experience of using it but wish to develop some basic skills in order to run simple analysis of their own. Some prior knowledge of statistics is required, up to the standard covered in the morning session.
Date: 6th April 2016
Location: University of South Wales
Times: 9.30am - 4.30pm
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As part of the WISERD Civil Society Seminar series, Tom Jones OBE presents an insider’s perspective on the role of civil society organizations in policy-making in Wales, the UK and Europe.
As part of the WISERD Centre for Welsh Politics and Society Seminar Series, Dr Taulant Guma from the Department of Geography and Earth Sciences at Aberystwyth University presents emerging findings from the WISERD/Civil Society project on ‘Migrants, Minorities and Engagement in Local Civil Society’.