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Fundamentals of Multilevel Modeling

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Crystal Weisner 

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Course Description

This workshop will provide an overview of multilevel modeling (MLM), a discussion of when and why to use MLM for data analysis, and demonstrations on how to create and interpret multilevel models in SPSS and SAS. These sessions are designed for faculty researchers who frequently encounter data sets with hierarchical structures.

*Note: This workshop will occur over a three day time period. Once you register for the Monday, June 26th session, you will automatically be registered for the June 27th and June 28th sessions as well. All three sessions are scheduled from 9:00am-4:00pm in Computer Lab 2015 in Peacock Hall.


Dr. Shawn Bergman, Office of Research Consultation

Zach Morgan, Office of Research Consultation

Casher Belinda, Office of Research Consultation

About the Course

Learning Community: Center for Academic Excellence (FAD)
Workshop Type: Technology

Learning Objectives

Upon completion of this course, you should be able to:

  • Understand when to use Multilevel Modeling for data analysis
  • Be able to configure an appropriate model using both SPSS and SAS
  • Interpret results from Multilevel Models


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