ST 1/11: Norwegian training course

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The first Statistics for advocacy course in Norway was held in Drammen, on Tuesday May 31.

The Ypsilon bridge (here viewed from the library side) crosses the Drammen river. It links the east side of the city with the west.

The course has been translated into Norwegian by Tord Høivik, who chaired the working group that developed the original version. The event was co-organized by Buskerud County Library and the LATINA Lab at Oslo University College.

The instructors were associate professor Tord Høivik (OUC) and senior advisor Jannicke Røgler (BCL). The course materials (in Norwegian) are available here.

The Lab is a library-oriented digital development unit within the OUC Library and Learning Centre.

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One Response to “ST 1/11: Norwegian training course”

  1. plinius Says:

    Hi – you’ll find the information here:

    https://iflastat.wordpress.com/2010/02/26/about-this-blog/

    Regards

    Tord Høivik

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