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2022 Time Use Webinars

Two webinars - October 14 and December 2

2021 ATUS Well-Being Data Webinar, October 14, 11am to 1:30pm

This workshop will be led by Sarah Flood and Liana Sayer, PIs of the NICHD-funded Time Use Data for Health and Well-Being project. The workshop will provide an overview of the 2021 ATUS Time Use Survey and Well-Being module data The Well-Being Module (WB Module) is a special supplement to the ATUS that collects quality of life data for three randomly selected activities reported for each respondent, information about how well-rested the respondent felt on the day about which he or she was interviewed, and information about health, including whether the respondent has high blood pressure, takes pain medication, and self-reported health status. The IPUMS Time Use team secured funding from the National Institute for Child Health and Human Development and the National Science Foundation for a 2021 Well-Being Module.

After the workshop, participants will be comfortable navigating IPUMS ATUS, a harmonized version of the original ATUS data, creating IPUMS customized data extracts, including creating custom variables that summarize different types of activities, using our online data analysis tool, and understanding data analysis challenges related to 2021 data.

Registration is closed

Time Use Data Visualization Webinar, December 2, 11am to 1:30pm

This workshop will be led by Kamila Kolpashnikova, a family sociologist and VISTA postdoctoral fellow at York University. She studies gendered differences in how people use their time. Her paper published in PLoS One introduces an online visualisation tool for ATUS-X data ( This tool was developed to create quick visualisations of time-use diaries for initial exploratory analyses. In this workshop, she will talk about visualization of time use data and provide a guided tour of the ATUS-X data visualization tool.

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Also, plan ahead for the Time Use Conference in June 2023 - See the Call for Papers !

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