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Please take a look at our upcoming free dissertation webinars. Our goal is to get you answers to questions that will help complete your dissertation efficiently and effectively. Just click on any you are interested in to reserve your seat.

Mastering Your Quantitative Methodology

In this webinar, we will discuss the main components of a quantitative methodology chapter (Chapter 3). The presentation will outline the sections typically included in the methodology chapter (such as the research design, population/sample, instrumentation, procedures, data analysis plan, and ethical considerations) and describe the content that belongs in each section. This webinar will be focused on methodology for quantitative studies only and will not include discussion of methodology for qualitative or mixed method research.

Date: Wednesday, January 27th | Time: 2pm ET – 3pm ET

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Mastering Your Literature Review

The literature review webinar focuses generally on the purpose and expectations of the literature review of the dissertation. Topics covered include the sections and structure of the literature review. (We will not address APA style, grammar, or formatting concerns.) **Please join the webinar on time. There will be a brief question and answer session after the presentation.

Date: Thursday, February 4th | Time: 11am ET – 12pm ET

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Common APA Mistakes and How to Avoid Them When Transitioning to APA 7

In this webinar, you will learn about the most common APA formatting mistakes. We will cover the changes from APA 6 to APA 7 and highlight areas requiring attention when transitioning from APA 6 to APA 7.

Date: Monday, February 8th | Time: 3pm ET – 4pm ET

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Mastering Your Discussion Chapter

The discussion chapter webinar focuses generally on the purpose and expectations of the discussion of the dissertation. Topics covered include the sections and structure of the discussion, including interpretation of findings, implications for practice, and recommendations for further research. (We will not address APA style, grammar, or formatting concerns.)

Date: Wednesday, February 17th | Time: 1pm ET – 2pm ET

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How to Test for Normality | Dissertation Webinar

In this webinar, we will discuss various methods for assessing data for normality. We will discuss the importance of normality for statistical analyses and outline common inferential, descriptive, and visual methods for assessing normality. Finally, we will briefly discuss methods for addressing non-normal data. There will be a short question and answer session at the end of the presentation.

Date: Thursday, February 18th | Time: 10am ET – 11am ET

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Confidently Conduct and Interpret Correlation Tests | Dissertation Webinar

During this webinar, we will discuss the various types of correlation tests such as Pearson, Spearman, Kendall’s Tau, Point-Biserial, Partial, and Chi-Square Tests.

Date: Thursday, February 18th | Time: 5:30pm ET – 6:30pm ET

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Selecting Statistical Analyses Made Simple

In this webinar, we will discuss the process for selecting appropriate statistical analyses. We will discuss level of measurement for variables and how they connect to an ideal statistical analysis. We will cover both parametric and non-parametric techniques.

Date: Tuesday, February 23rd | Time: 5:30pm ET – 6:30pm ET

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Confidently Present Your Quantitative Results Chapter

In this webinar, we will discuss the main components of a quantitative results chapter (Chapter 4). The presentation will outline the sections typically included in the results chapter (such as the demographics/descriptive statistics, assumption testing, and analysis of research questions) and describe the content that belongs in each section. Examples of how to present findings for common statistical tests will be provided. This webinar will be focused on results for quantitative studies only and will not include discussion of qualitative or mixed method research.

Date: Wednesday, February 24th | Time: 2pm ET – 3pm ET

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Confidently Present Your Qualitative Results Chapter

Join Dr. Rachel Grabner in this webinar as she covers the common components required of a qualitative results chapter. You will learn what to include in your results chapter and tips for presenting the results of your qualitative study based on your research design. There will be a brief Q & A session at the end of the presentation.

Date: Friday, February 26th | Time: 1pm ET – 2pm ET

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Confidently Present your Discussion Chapter

The discussion chapter webinar focuses generally on the purpose and expectations of the discussion of the dissertation. Topics covered include the sections and structure of the discussion, including interpretation of findings, implications for practice, and recommendations for further research. (We will not address APA style, grammar, or formatting concerns.) **Please join the webinar on time. There will be a brief question and answer session after the presentation.

Date: Thursday, March 4th | Time: 11am ET – 12pm ET

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Mastering Your Qualitative Methodology Chapter

In this webinar, we go over the most common qualitative research designs. We’ll be going over the main components of Chapter 3, including methodology and rationale, the role of the researcher, the selection of participants, instrumentation, procedure, data analysis plan, and issues of trustworthiness. (We will not address NVIVO training, APA style, grammar, headings, etc.)

Date: Tuesday, March 9th | Time: 1pm ET – 2pm ET

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SPSS Data Cleaning and Management

During this webinar we will discuss the key steps for cleaning and managing data in SPSS. We will review removal of participants, imputation, creating composite scores, and checking for outliers. There will be a brief Q & A session at the end of the presentation.

Date: Tuesday, March 16th | Time: 5:30pm ET – 6:30pm ET

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Mastering Your Introduction Chapter

The Chapter 1 webinar focuses generally on the purpose, expectations, and non-methodological sections of Chapter 1 of the dissertation. Sections covered include the background of study, research problem, purpose of the study, theoretical framework, and significance. (We will not address APA style, grammar, headings, or other formatting concerns. Additionally, if you are interested in information on research design, nature of the study, or research questions, please register for a methodology webinar.)

Date: Wednesday, March 17th | Time: 1pm ET – 2pm ET

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Levels of Measurement | Dissertation Webinar

In this webinar, we will explain the basic levels of measurement for quantitative data (ratio, interval, ordinal, and nominal). We will provide examples of each level of measurement, explain how levels of measurement are important to your analysis, and discuss what types of statistical analyses are appropriate for different levels of measurement. There will be a short question and answer session at the end of the presentation.

Date: Wednesday, March 24th | Time: 2pm ET – 3pm ET

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Master Your Qualitative Data Analysis | Dissertation Webinar

In this webinar, you will have the opportunity to learn about common methods of qualitative data analysis. We cover the data coding process broadly and look at how the process is applied to different qualitative research designs. We also discuss how qualitative computer-assisted data analysis software can facilitate the analytic process. There will be a brief Q & A session at the end of the presentation.

Date: Thursday, March 25th | Time: 3pm ET – 4pm ET

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Selecting an Ideal Survey Instrument for a Quantitative Study

During this webinar, we will discuss the key components for selecting an appropriate survey instrument for your research. We will identify sources for identifying surveys and the reliability/validity statistics to incorporate into the methodology chapter. There will be a brief Q & A session at the end of the presentation.

Date: Thursday, March 25th | Time: 5:30pm ET – 6:30pm ET

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Mastering Mixed Methodologies | Dissertation Webinar

In this webinar, we will discuss the main components of a mixed methodology chapter (Chapter 3). The presentation will outline the sections typically included in the methodology chapter for mixed methods studies (such as the research design, population/sample/setting, instrumentation, procedures, data analysis plan, validity/trustworthiness, and ethical considerations) and describe the content that belongs in each section.

Date: Wednesday, March 31st | Time: 2pm ET – 3pm ET

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