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Introduction to SPSS Webinar

By Daniel Smith – January 20, 2012
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This webinar offers an introduction on SPSS.

Doctoral Learners:

If you are interested in learning more about SPSS, please watch the brief webinar below. It is less than 10 minutes in length, so it's easy to watch and offers some great information on how SPSS can help you with your quantitative research, as well as how to download it, and other helpful tips. If you watch it, let me know what you think about it!

http://dc.gcu.edu/documents/videos/dc-webinars/intro-spss-v19-sept-2011-d-smithflv

Daniel J. Smith, MA, MBA, PhD

480-861-8851 (cell)

daniel.smith@my.gcu.edu

 

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Dr. Daniel J. Smith joined GCU in 2005 as an adjunct professor, and since then has taught in GCU's undergraduate business, MBA, EMBA, and doctoral programs both online and on campus. He has also been…

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