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I teach the following masters-level courses at the Australian National
DEMO8086 Social Science of the Internet -
DEMO8087 Online Research Methods -
Both courses have a strong SNA perspective and the Online Research
Methods course provides practical training in analysis of social media
network data using tools developed in the VOSON Project
I also teach a course in using NodeXL to analyse social media network
data (this is under the banner of our DEMO8081 Special Topic in Social
These courses are available via our Graduate Certificate in Social
Research (6 months full-time, available fully-online) and Master of
Social Research (1-1.5 years full-time, not presently available
Dr Robert Ackland
Fellow and Masters Coordinator, Australian Demographic and Social
Research Institute, The Australian National University
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Information about the Master of Social Research:
Rusty Tunnard wrote:
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> Dear SOCNET colleagues,
> I am trying to get a sense of who’s offering courses in social networks
> and social network analysis, specifically at the graduate level, and
> even more specifically, in MBA and International Relations programs.
> Because it's so cross-disciplinary, it's hard to know where these
> courses might be hiding. The INSNA website was the first place I went
> looking, but I can tell from my own knowledge that it is far from
> complete. For those of us trying to convince curriculum committees that
> a course on SNA is appropriate and timely and that other institutions
> have taken the plunge, such a list would be a handy thing.
> I will collect and contribute to the INSNA for the website.
> Many thanks,
> Christopher (Rusty) Tunnard, Ph.D.
> The Fletcher School, Tufts University
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