Second Mondays Conversations: Data Resources

June 13, 2011

Research Guides

Snell Library's James Dendy and Roxanne Palmatier talk about how you can use specific library databases for classroom assignments in such varied disciplines as business, criminal justice, health sciences, political science, and sociology.  These powerful tools allow students to map from various data sets, e.g. census or marketing data, and to create customized graphs and charts.

For more information about Data Resources:

1. Simply Map

2. Lexis Nexis ( now called ProQuest)

3. ICPSR (inter university consortium for political and social research)

4. Roper Center for Public Opinion