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- The Council
Council Meetings: AY 2016-2017:
Note: hybrid meetings are conducted both in person and via web conferencing. Council members are strongly encouraged to be at meetings in person but, if this is not possible, please participate virtually.
Last Updated: September 27, 2016.
Our list of teaching exercises has been expanded significantly.
Ed Nelson (CSU Fresno) has developed a variety of additions to our collection, mostly using the 2014 General Social Survey. The most extensive of these are designed to teach introductory statistics. Together, the statistics materials could be used as a supplementary textbook, but they were written so each exercise is independent of the others. Ed has also developed exercise sets on a variety of other topics.
John Korey (Cal Poly Pomona) has contributed a series of exercises on longitudinal analysis.
The CSU Social Science Research and Instructional Center
The California State University Social Science Research and Instructional Center provides:
Overseeing the Center is the Social Science Research and Instructional Council. Founded in 1972, the Council is the oldest of the disciplinary councils in the California State University system. With representatives from each of the CSU campuses, the Council is dedicated to assisting students and faculty in their learning, teaching, and research by:
There have been three histories of the Council written at one time or another:
Other Council Records
Last Updated: January 9, 2017