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Monthly Office Hours

NDACAN is hosting monthly Office Hours this Spring 2024 from 11am to 12pm EST on the third Friday of each month from January to May. The Office Hours are an opportunity to get support from our team and chat with other data users in an informal setting. The first 30 minutes are open time with breakout rooms with NDACAN staff to provide support for survey data, administrative data, statistical consulting, and networking. The second 30 minutes are dedicated to a specific theme, presentation, or workshop. Themes for office hours will change from month to month, so make sure to follow us on Twitter @NDACAN_CU and sign up for the NDACAN CMRL mailing list for the latest topics. Regardless of your stage of research, our expert team is here to help. The events are free but advanced registration is required through the link provided below.

 

Office Hours Spring 2024 Schedule:
Third Friday of each month from 11am - 12pm EST

  • January 19: SRI Informational
    • Presenter: Sarah Sernaker
  • February 16: Introduction to Administrative Data
    • Presenter: Clayton Covington
  • March 15: Data User Flash Talks
    • Presenter: TBD
  • April 19: Difference-in-difference Workshop in R
    • Presenter: Alexander F. Roehrkasse
  • May 17: Research Example Using Administrative Data
    • Presenter: Frank Edwards

Registration Link: https://harvard.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJ0pceytrjktHtB4enYJjwe5oBLMFAdVk2ZH



Summer Training Series

NDACAN's Summer Training Series (STS) is focused on secondary data analysis support for research using our data products. The 2023 Summer Training Series has concluded and the sessions are published at the link below.

 


Videos and Slides of Completed Series:



Summer Research Institute (SRI)

NDACAN is accepting applications for the 2024 SRI and here is the Announcement and Call for Applications. To apply, please visit our Application PDF download page. The SRI is NDACAN's annual on-line research workshop in which participants analyze Archive datasets over multiple days with close support and expertise provided by NDACAN professionals as-needed. The SRI also provides participating child abuse and neglect researchers an opportunity for networking and collaborating with each other. Please visit our Summer Research Institute page for more details. Please join our mailing list, the CMRL list serve or follow us on Twitter to receive announcements about the SRI.