Research Designs: Statistics

This webinar series makes the connection between research questions, research designs, and statistics. We discuss research design, descriptive and inferential statistics, comparative statistics, and correlational statistics. Webinar content is grounded in real-life case studies that highlight how statistics can provide valuable information to inform decision making.

Recorded January 11, 18, and 25, 2018


Mary Ann Coughlin, Springfield College


Recordings of this 2018 webinar series are available for 30 days from time​ of purchase. After purchase, return to this page to access your course through "My Learning Login" above. (The webinar will appear in My Learning within 24 hours.) 

​One registration may be used in a conference room setting to share with a group of colleagues. ​  


$190 for members, $210 for non-members.

​Learning Outcomes

As a result of this webinar series, participants will:

  • Understand the basics of descriptive statistics

  • Understand descriptive, comparative and correlational research designs

  • Identify when inferential statistics are needed

  • Articulate how to compare differences in the percentage of responses across groups (chi-square)

  • Articulate how to compare the difference in mean between groups (t-tests)

  • Articulate how to calculate the relationship between variables (correlation)​


If you have questions about registering for the presentation, please contact Gerald Williams at or (850) 404-0001. If you have questions about webinar content, please contact Darlena Jones at or (850) 391-6566. 

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