Excel for Managing Research: Learn How to Use Microsoft Excel as a Research Management Tool

I have used Excel for managing research since the early 1990s, when I was mentored by a grants administrator who took me under her wing. She showed me how to use abstract deadline grids, grant submission grids, and action item grids to manage research activities. Now, I’ve made these skills available to you through my online course, “MS Excel for Managing Research”!

I have used Excel for managing research since the early 1990s, when I was mentored by a grants administrator who took me under her wing. She showed me how to use abstract deadline grids, grant submission grids, and action item grids to manage research activities. Now, I’ve made these skills available to you through my online course, “MS Excel for Managing Research”!

Course Information

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25 lessons

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0.5 hours of video content

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6 chapters

3 templates

4 chapter quizzes

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Cost: $100.00

Here is what the course covers:

 

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Chapter 1: Introduction to Excel for Managing Research Course

This chapter explains the course and presents the learning objectives for each chapter.

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Chapter 2: How to Store Data in Excel

This chapter explains good data format, and provides do’s and don’ts for storing data in Excel.

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Chapter 3: How to Use MS Excel in Research Management

This chapter gives examples of how to manage research activities in Excel, focusing on managing research sites and tracking conditions.

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Chapter 4: How to Track Grants and Conferences in MS Excel

This chapter shows the learner how to develop, manage, and update a grants grid, and a abstract submissions to conferences grid.

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Chapter 5: Managing Research Teams with MS Excel

This chapter demonstrates how to manage research teams using an action items grid.

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Chapter 6: Conclusion

The course concludes with an end-of-course survey and recommended resources.

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Excel for Managing Research is a short, practical course that will give you the skills you need to run research teams and activities using this simple, flexible tool!

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