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ICPSR Election Data Webcasts

The Inter-university Consortium for Political and Social Research (ICPSR), the large social-sciences data archive at the University of Michigan, is hosting a series of webcasts on October 1 through 3 that feature election data held in ICPSR’s archives. The webcasts will show how to use them for analysis and teaching.

  • Welcome to the 2012 ICPSR Data Fair!, ICPSR.

    The event is designed for the social sciences data community at large including researchers, librarians, teaching faculty, students, and policymakers from around the world who are interested in the use of social science data.

    The first day will provide an orientation to ICPSR’s services, including a tutorial on navigating our newly redesigned Web site. Other topics will include the American National Election Studies, minority voting behavior, and using election data in classroom instruction.

    The event is open to everyone, and will be conducted using GoToWebinar technology; you can watch each presentation from your computer without the need to download any software.

    A schedule of sessions is available, including links to the sessions themselves.

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