- See ISSR's events page for upcoming workshops and consultation page for tutorials.
- All methods classes offered at UMass/Five Colleges.
- The Center for Research on Families holds intensive training workshops and conferences in advanced statistical and cutting-edge methodological techniques relevant to family researchers.
- General Ethnographic Methods: Jonathan Rosa of Anthropology is setting up an ethnographic research lab in 2012-13.
Coursera offers free, muti-week university classes on all topics, including Big Data, Social Networks, Econometrics, Statistics, R-programming, etc.
Methodspace is run by SAGE, with content mostly produced by site members. It is free and has lots of links to outside resources as well as discussion boards and videos. Links to upcoming events, including software trainings, are available through the Methodspace Website.
MITOpenCourseware has several free offerings of relevance.
ODUM Institute at UNC
QualQuant is a clearinghouse of NSF-funded methods training run by cultural anthropologists Alan Schultz, Lance Gravlee, and H. Russell Bernard. Each summer they offer Short Courses on Research Methods (SCRM) targeted at Cultural Anthropology PhDs, and the Summer Institute for Research Design (SIRD) targeted at graduate students.
University of Kansas
University of Arizona
The sociology department offers methods courses during the winter term each year.