Check Out Social Science Research & Instructional Council’s Website and YouTube Channel
Founded in 1972, the Social Science Research and Instructional Council (SSRIC) is the oldest of affinity group in the CSU system. SSRIC is dedicated to assisting social science students and faculty in their learning, teaching, and research. The mission of the SSRC is to develop and coordinate programs to extend the quantitative skills of faculty and students.
SSRIC has a new website: www.ssric.org which offers teaching resources available for classes that use the General Social Survey and for critical thinking. For example, the website features 16 exercises for an introductory statistics course that covers topics from descriptive statistics through regression. Additionally, SSRIC offers free workshops on social science databases, including SPSS, Survey Documentation and Analysis (SDA), and teaching data analysis in a classroom setting. If you would like to schedule a workshop please contact Ed Nelson at firstname.lastname@example.org. For more information about workshops, please visit www.ssric.org.