November 18, 2019

If you have never viewed a CARMA Webcast Lecture,

or If you have never seen our Short Course Instructors at work, then

Here’s your chance, for free

CARMA is pleased to announce that a set of nine Webcast Lecture recordings are now freely available for faculty and students who are NOT members of its Institutional Membership Programs. These lectures, bundled as the Instructors of CARMA Webcast Collection, are accessible on-demand and feature the Short Course Instructors who will be teaching in the upcoming CARMA Winter Short Course Program (January 9-11, 2020; hosted at the University of South Carolina). A complete list of these distinguished Instructors, who include editors and editorial board members from most top management journals, can be found below. Also listed are their Short Course and Webcast Lecture titles. Visit the CARMA Website to access these recorded lectures with accompanying slides and learn from the best!

For more information on how to freely access the Instructors of CARMA Webcast Collection, click here

For more information on our CARMA Winter Short Courses at the University of South Carolina click here


CARMA Winter Short Course Instructors, Course Titles, and Lecture Titles


Instructor Short Course Title Webcast Lecture Title
Dr. Scott Tonidandel, University of North Carolina-Charlotte Introduction to R and Data Analysis Text Mining in the Organizational Sciences
Dr. Justin DeSimone, University of Alabama Advanced Data Analysis with R Recommendations for Discouraging, Identifying, and Removing Dirty Data in Survey Research
Dr. Jeff Stanton, Syracuse University Introduction to Data Mining with R Ramp UP Big Data Research and Teaching with R
Dr. Fred Oswald, Rice University Introduction to Statistical Learning with Big Data in R Statistical Analysis with Big Data
Dr. Robert Vandenberg, University of Georgia Introduction to SEM with LAVAAN Latent Difference Score Models
Dr. Paul Bliese, University of South Carolina Introduction to Multilevel Analysis with R Panel Data: Methodological Framework and Analytic Tools
Dr. Richard Landers, University of Minnesota Web Scraping: Data Collection and Analysis Creating Datasets with Social Media
Dr. Ernest O’Boyle, Indiana University Systematic Reviews and Meta-Analysis with R What Moderates Moderators? A Meta-Analysis of Interactions in Management and Applied Psychology Research
Dr. George Banks, University of North Carolina- Charlotte Open Science and R: Principles and Practices Questionable Research Practices


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