BITSS 2015 Annual Meeting

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Description: This project contains all the materials for the BITSS 2015 Annual Meeting, held Dec 10-11 in Berkeley, CA.

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Welcome to the 2015 BITSS Annual Meeting! All slides and associated materials will be posted here. Materials for the optional Thursday morning workshop will be posted in the GitHub repo that is also linked here. Many of the SSMART Grant recipients have already created OSF project pages, we link to those below:

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  • External Validity in U.S. Education Research


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