2nd Annual U of T Social Science Methods Week (SSMW)

When: April 29-May 3
Where: Department of Sociology, 725 Spadina Ave, Room 36

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Faculty and graduate students are cordially invited to attend the 2nd annual University of Toronto Social Science Methods Week (SSMW)! Workshops are free, but registration is required. 

SSMW consists of a series of workshops on methodologies with high potential to improve and advance research in the social sciences. Workshops are taught by expert methodologists drawn from departments across the social sciences at the University of Toronto. SSMW is an interdisciplinary forum where researchers can upgrade their methodological toolkit and build cross-disciplinary ties to like-minded scholars. 

 The following workshops are being offered:

  • Introduction to Python
  • Introduction to Web Scraping and APIs with Python
  • R Basics: Analyzing and Plotting Data
  • Measuring Theoretical Constructions with Unobserved Variables: An Introduction to Structural Equation Modeling
  • Models of Social Change: Methods and Principles of Age-Period-Cohort Analysis
  • Integrated Network Science: Social Network Analysis in R
  • Multilevel Modeling: An Introduction
  • Registered Reports in Behavioral Science: A How-to Guide and Description of Benefits for Scientific Progress
  • Qualitative Social Science: A Fun Overview
  • Hearing Silence in Qualitative Interviews

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