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Getting Started with Statistics for Librarians

Does the term “p value” make you anxious when you read research articles? How high is your confidence level in interpreting research data? As librarians interact with more research through efforts with evidence-based practice and systematic reviews, they have a growing need for understanding statistics. This confidence-building course will help you be more comfortable with statistical concept for reading research findings and interpreting data.

For more information on Getting Started with Statistics for Librarians and other recorded webinars, go to MEDLIB-ED.

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