Resources for teaching quantitative methods
Due to the enormous investment of the PSA, the ESRC, the Nuffield Foundation and other organisations, there are a lot of resources to help you teach quantitative methods to politics and international relations students. If you know of a resource we have not covered here, please email email@example.com.
A great place to find out about upcoming events and new resources.
This site offers materials from a series of workshops organised by Stephen Fisher, Nicola Brimblecombe and Jame Greig at University of Oxford. The site also contains an archive of teaching resources, such as lecture slides, from lecturers around the country.
The UK Data Service offers several datasets designed for teaching. It offers case studies for teaching with UKDA data.
UK Data Service also has a series of modules on survey data, longitudinal module, and aggregate data module. These modules are currently being beta tested; please see the website to provide any feedback.
AQMeN offers teaching resources using Scottish Independence Referendum surveys, as well as some more general materials.
Allows you to generate simple tables and graphs from the British Social Attitudes Survey.
Allows you to generate simple tables and graphs from all major comparative European Social Survey, over 40 years.