Sunday, February 1, 2009

Workshop on UCINET and NETDRAW

2009 Summer Workshop

Each year, the University of Kentucky LINKS Center puts on a week-long workshop on social network analysis, based on UCINET and NETDRAW. The workshop consists of a series of modules which differ from year to year. The 2009 workshop will run June 1-5 and consist of the following modules:
Online registration will commence Feb 1st. See the workshop website for more details.

25 comments:

  1. Hi guys,

    It's just a suggestion.

    Please, go virtual. Let us get in the workshops via internet. I'll pay the access happy.

    When I was child I was wondering to travel a lot around the world. But now, I just want to get an air plane if it's really mandatory.

    Best regards,

    ;-)

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