Gov 2001 Learning Resources
- For in class discussion, we will be using a new teaching tool called Learning Catalytics. We will send you a subscription number the first week of class to get you signed up. In order to use this tool, you will need to bring either a laptop, smart phone, or tablet with internet access to class. If this will be a problem for you, please contact Molly and Jen.
- We will be using the NB Text Annotation tool to read class material together as a class. If you have not been added to the Text Annotation tool by the end of the first week of class, please let Molly and Jen know as soon as possible.
- All questions about class material should be sent to the Gov 2001 e-mail list, where you will get quicker responses to your questions because your classmates can help you, too! If you have not been signed up for this list by the first week of class, please e-mail Molly and Jen.
- Your questions may have been answered in previous years! Check out the Gov 2001 e-mail list archives for a searchable dataset of the last 9 years of Gov 2001 e-mail questions.
- R Library: The Gov 2001 class of 2011 compiled R code that corresponds to each of the lectures. This R code is available next to the corresponding lecture in Lecture Notes.
Join our Facebook Group
- Gov2001 alumni have a Facebook group; if you are an alumni or current member of this class join here: http://j.mp/Gov2001fb
Other Relevant Resources
- If you have math related questions or are looking for a review of relevant topics in math (Calculus, Linear Algebra, Probability, Optimization) and computing (R & Latex), please see here: Math Prefresher for Political Scientists
- You can take a look at the first course in this series, Gov 2000 to review introduction to quantitative methods materials: Gov 2000 Website.
Gov 2001 Dataverse
- Check out previous replication papers and the data associated with them on the Gov 2001 Dataverse.