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Getting Started and Using IMPLAN in the Classroom and for Research

Getting Started and Using IMPLAN in the Classroom and for Research Online

Learn about IMPLAN and how to find/manipulate economic impact data and analytical applications for economists, business leaders, policy/decision makers, advocates, governmental agencies, etc. Intricate data from ~90 authoritative sources are paired with advanced economic impact modeling application – and delivered in a few clicks. No need to hunt for economic data from multiple sources. Duplicate, edit, save, and export your work.
First half is geared for teaching/learning, second half is geared toward researcher. Come to part or all of this training with an IMPLAN rep.
Access the software HERE or from the Libraries' alphabetical list of databases.

Workshop Agenda:
For Teaching faculty and grad students (~30 min)
1.    IMPLAN Classroom program
2.    What types of Classes?
3.    Basic Impacts (Demo); Data Library (Demo)
Q&A (~5 min)
For Researchers (~30 min)
1.    Sample Published Papers
2.    Customizability
3.    Data Library (how to pull data)
Q&A (~5-10 min)

Direct any questions to Madeleine Charney

Location: Online

Tuesday, February 13, 2024
10:30am - 12:00pm
Time Zone:
Eastern Time - US & Canada (change)
This is an online event. Event URL will be sent via registration email.
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UMass Amherst Libraries