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Sampling for Forensic Practitioners Short Course

This three-session short course took place on March 25, April 1, and April 8, 2022. Recordings of completed sessions and practicum materials can be found below.

Presenters:
Alicia Carriquiry
Director of CSAFE
Iowa State University

Joseph Zemmels
Graduate Research Assistant at CSAFE
Iowa State University

About the Short Course:
In this three-session short course, Sampling for Forensic Practitioners, Dr. Alicia Carriquiry covered populations and sampling frames, and sampling methods including geometric sampling. The emphasis was on understanding how these methods are used to aid and enhance current forensic science practices.

Course Practicum Materials:
Sampling Practicum Lab
Sampling Practicum – Glass Data
Sampling Practicum Solutions
Sampling Practicum – Glass Solution

Full session recordings:
Session 1:

Session 2:

Session 3:

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