Lab will be closed between Jul. 1 ~ Aug. 25
Regular hours will resume Aug.
For those who wants to use
statistics software (Mplus, Liesrel, or SPSS):
Two computers with certain software are
located in the MAC lab (room 716).
MAC Lab hour is from 9-5, Mon-Fri.
For those who wants to check out equipment from
Please do reserve the equipment at least one day in advance and
show up at lab on time.
For consulting questions
related to statistics, please get in touch with GAs via email first.
If any problem, please
contact GAs. GAs will be on duty from 9-5, Mon-Fri.
The Educational Research and Evaluation Laboratory (EREL) in the
Department of Educational Psychology at Texas A&M University,
supports research, development, and evaluation activities of the students
and faculty in the College of Education and of their clients and
constituencies (e.g., Texas ISDs). Consultation and services provided
identification, conceptualization, and refinement;
- research and
- research design;
- data collection,
coding, and analysis; and
reporting, and dissemination of results.
The EREL is staffed by Director Dr. Ernest Goetz, Co-Director Dr.
Robert Hall, and graduate assistants Yan Li, and Jiun-Yu Wu, all
Educational Psychology doctoral students. An Advisory Board, which
includes Drs. Gerald Kulm, Curtis D. Robert Professor of Mathematics Education,
Yvonna Lincoln, Ruth Harrington Chair of Educational Leadership and
Distinguished Professor of Higher Education, Cynthia Riccio, Professor of
Educational Psychology and University Research Fellow, and Dr. Victor
Willson, Professor of Educational Psychology and of Teaching, Learning,
and Culture, Director of the Cognition and Instructional Technologies
Laboratory and founder of the EREL, provides additional expertise.
The EREL suite, located in 718 EDCT, includes office spaces for its
staff and an open-access computer lab equipped with two Dell Pentium 4
and six Dell PentiumŪ Xeon systems operating at 2.99 GHz or higher with 1
GB of RAM, 40 GB hard drives, and DVD/CD-RW, and 3.5 inch floppy drives.
Users can access software such as SPSS, Lisrel, AMOS, Adobe Acrobat and
Microsoft Office 2003.