Registration is required - All workshops are $50 / both online & face to face

Fall 2021

  • August 9 - Online - Qualitative Analysis: The Basics - Presented by Dr. amber Wutich, ASU - DETAILS
  • August 11 - Online - Content Analysis: The Basics - Presented by Dr. Amber Wutich, ASU - DETAILS
  • August 13 - Online - Grounded Theory: The Basics - Presented by Dr. Amber Wutich, ASU - DETAILS
  • September 23 - Live Zoom Format - Positionality and Reflexivity - Presented by Dr. Pardis Mahdavi, Dean of Social Sciences, ASU - Details coming soon
  • October 12, 13 - Live Zoom Format - Ethnoecology - Presented by Dr. Victoria Reyes-Garcia,  University of California, Riverside - Details coming soon
  • October 22 - Live Zoom Format - Python Programming for Non Programming Social Scientists - Dr. Eric Shook, University of Minnesota - Details coming soon

Additional resources:

Graduate workshops

ASU students looking to enhance their research skills are invited to take part in the Graduate Scholars Toolkit, a series of workshops offered throughout the semester by the ASU Library on a variety of topics including copyright, citation management, data visualization and text analysis. Workshops are offered on multiple campuses with more webinars and online offerings to come.

Past Workshops Sponsored by ISSR