Northwestern University’s Tipton leads Fall 2021 Nebraska Methodology Workshop Series
06 Dec 2021 By Chuck Green, CYFS
Elizabeth Tipton, associate professor of statistics at Northwestern University, led the Fall 2021 Nebraska Methodology Workshop Series Nov. 4 and 5.
The two-day event was presented by the Nebraska Academy for Methodology, Analytics and Psychometrics.
In her Nov. 4 research keynote — “Causal Generalizations: Building Connections Between Science and Policy” — Tipton reflected on her work as a statistician developing methods to improve the external validity of high internal validity designs. She discussed her design and analysis of individual field trials, as well as the collection of evidence across trials using meta-analysis.
In the first of two Nov. 5 workshops at the Willa Cather Dining Complex, Tipton provided an overview of the methods behind the Generalizer, a free web tool that can be used to design sample recruitment plans in education studies, including K-12 and higher education.
The second workshop featured a discussion of best practices in meta-analyses and an introduction to the use of robust variance estimation. Tipton explained applications in R software using the clubSandwich and metafor packages.
To access Tipton’s two workshops prior to October 2022, please contact the MAP Academy at email@example.com.
The Nebraska Methodology Workshop Series began in 2014 and was created to provide Nebraska scholars an opportunity to learn about the latest advancements in methodology directly from the methodologists who developed these advancements. While the series covers a wide range of topics, all speakers are world-renowned experts in their respective methodological areas.
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