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Using ICPSR Data to Teach Deviance and Other Social Science Concepts

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Published on Aug 15, 2012

This webinar serves as a complete introductory tour of the Data-Driven Learning Guides (DDLGs), the heart of ICPSR's Online Learning Center. Using a sample DDLG about adolescent deviance, the presentation introduces instructors, researchers, and students to every aspect of DDLGs and how they can best be utilized in the classroom.

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