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Design and analysis of longitudinal & multilevel research

Education 737

x credit hours, offered periodically

This seminar will consider the issues of analysis and design that arise in longitudinal and multilevel research settings. The first half of the course will focus on readings, lectures, questions and answers, and discussion. However, the emphasis will slowly shift as students begin to define and carry out independent research projects. Student presentations, followed by questions and discussion will predominate, interspersed by "mini-lectures" as points of unclarity arise.

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