NYU librarians often offer classes related to Wagner. In these sessions, we cover a range of topics, including literature reviews and integrating data into research-based projects. The library can also create static pages of resources as a point of reference for your class. If you are interested in having space on a research guide for your class, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
NONCR-GP 101 Citation Methods - This is an interactive 90-minute introduction to writing, citing, and integrating sources in graduate essays. Although we will cover various citation methods, including MLA and Chicago, we will focus on APA Style. Students will gain practice in citing scholarly and popular sources in text and in the Works Cited page of projects and will develop skill incorporating articles into their own prose. Register on Albert
Data & Statistics 101 - Will you be using statistics or data in your research? This session will go over various aspects of data and the support available for you at NYU Libraries and elsewhere - where to find it, how you can use it, how you can gather it, and options for storing it. We will introduce the data life cycle model and then briefly look at different data repositories/databases and some software packages/databases that can then manipulate the data you find or gather. The course is intended as a brief overview with time to discuss your potential projects or answer questions about related services and resources that NYU provides. Slides
Data Services offers a regular rotation of introduction and tutorial sessions on GIS, quantitative, and qualitative platforms, as well as accessing data through specific repositories like ICPSR or American FactFinder. See the complete list of classes.