Multilevel modeling is used for handling data with a clustered structure (e.g., students clustered in classrooms/schools, students’ responses clustered in measurement occasions) and has gained importance in educational and psychological research. This course gives an introduction to multilevel modeling with a focus on regression analysis. In particular, it presents the basic concepts of multilevel structures and evaluates different modeling techniques.
This course combines lectures and hands-on exercises, and builds up knowledge and skills that are essential for more advanced multilevel modeling techniques (e.g., multilevel longitudinal and structural equation modeling).
- Organizer: CEMO (Centre for Educational Measurement at University of Oslo)
- Responsible: Postdoctoral Researcher Ronny Scherer
- Lecturer: Postdoctoral Researcher Ronny Scherer
- Date: Høst 2016
- Location: Helga Engs Hus
- Time: 09.00-16.00 all days
- Duration: 18 hours
- Registration deadline: October 28th 2016
- Registration: Studentweb or Nettskjema
- Hox, J.J. (2010). Multilevel Analysis – Techniques and Applications (2nd ed.).New York, NY: Routledge.