Time Use Training Materials
The MTUS-X is a collaborative project between the Maryland Population Research Center, the Centre for Time Use Research (CTUR) at the University of Oxford and the Minnesota Population Center (MPC). The dataset is administered by the CTUR while IPUMS is the responsible for the dissemination system. The MTUS-X is a tool designed to make it easy for researchers to create time use variables and extract customized MTUS data files that are ready for analysis.
The materials contained on this page were developed over the course of multiple years and were all created and presented at IPUMS Time Use Workshops.
These training exercises contain practical and hands-on exercises meant to familarize researchers and students who are new to time diary data and/or IPUMS Time Use.
|MTUS-X 2018 Workshop|
|Workshop exercises and answers|
|ATUS-X 2016 Workshop|
ATUS-X Workshop presentations
IPUMS Time Use Introduction to IPUMS Time Use. Joan Garcia Roman, UMN Introduction to the AHTUS and MTUS. Kimberly Fisher, Oxford Linking ATUS and CPS data. Sarah Flood, UMN Data Comparability Issues in AHTUS and MTUS. Kimberly Fisher, Oxford Downloading and reading ATUS data
Methods & Analysis Measuring Child Care Time in the ATUS. Liana Sayer, UMD New Developments: Sequence Analysis. Ignace Glorieux, Vrije Measuring Elder Care. Joan Garcia Roman, UMN Measuring Wellbeing in Time Diary Surveys. Kimberly Fisher, Oxford
Research topics Time Use Research Introduction. Kimberly Fisher, Oxford Time use from an Economic Perspective. Harley Frazis, BLS Bianchi on Time Use Research
Time Use Surveys Introduction to the American Time Use Survey (ATUS). Rose Woods, BLS ATUS Eating and Health Module. Karen Hamrick, USDA Introduction to Well Being Module. Kimberly Fisher, Oxford Introduction to Parental Leave Module. Yoonjoo Lee, UMD Time Use Research: History and Current Archives. Kimberly Fisher, Oxford