*This webinar is now full, but we’ll post a link to the webinar recording after February 20th. Please watch for late 2019 announcements of the next in the series: Methods II on participatory, qualitative social science methods.*
Wednesday February 20th USA EST 1:00-3:00 (13:00-15:00)
Attention environmental social science students and professionals! Curious about quantitative methods you never got to study in college? Want to learn more? Join our free AESS-IASNR-SCB SSWG sponsored webinar February 20th, USA EST 1:00-3:00.
Aniseh Bro, University of Michigan on Survey Experiments
Matthew Hamilton, The Ohio State University on Social Network Analysis
Peter Jacques, University of Central Florida on Quantitative Content Analysis
Mark Rouleau, Michigan Technological University on Agent-based Modeling
Registration required by February 15th, 2019 – spots are limited. Go to http://bit.ly/2CSPmVq to sign up and receive log-in info and a link to webinar resources.
This webinar is designed to briefly expose you to each method. We will provide additional resources for you to learn more on your own and may provide longer workshops on one or more methods if there is interest.
After a brief webinar introduction, each speaker will talk about their method for about 12 minutes for about one hour total of presentations. This will be followed by one hour of attendee questions and answered by the speakers.
For questions, please contact Kathy Halvorsen at [email protected]
Jointly sponsored by the Association for Environmental Studies and Sciences (AESS), the International Association of Society and Natural Resources (IASNR), and the Society for Conservation Biology Social Science Working Group (SCB SSWG).