Tutoring Resources for Students
Resource for Students in Social Sciences (Economics, Psychology, Sociology) and Humanities
Columbia/s QMSS e-lessons provide an overview and definitions of hypothesis testing, the chi-square test, the T-test, ANOVA, and mulitple regression. Appropriate for undergraduate and graduate level students in biostatistics, economics, political science, psychology, and sociology courses.
This UCLA site provides an introduction to Stata as well as examples of how to read and interpret Stata output.
The Khan Academy website provides an overview of core concepts in Microeconomics, Macroeconomics, Finance, Probability and Statistics, as well as of select content in math, science, humanities, and computing. The site also contains some information on Humanities cont
This University of Wisconsin site provides a clear introduction to SPSS (verison 19) and how the software is structured. It does not provide an overview of how to run statistical tests.
American Psychological Association (APA) website tutorial; this site is particularly useful for social sciences students who have no prior knowledge of APA style.
Resource for Students in Science Courses
This University of Minnesota website provides links to resources for students in Biology, Chemistry, and Physics courses.
Study Skills and Time Management Sites
Last modified: Apr 16, 2014