Survey Design: Best Practices for Beginners (Lecture)

Thursday, August 30, 2018

9:00 am

Turing Auditorium (Polya Hall 111)

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University IT Technology Training

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When surveying users, it is important to construct the survey so that meaningful results can be obtained, analyzed, and reported. In this class you will learn how to design a survey against an objective and analyze and report results.

Learning Objectives

- How to strategically plan your survey
- Understand the best practices for survey design
- Review collection techniques to get the best response rate
- How to analyze, present and share the findings
- Determine which online tool is best for your survey

Topics Covered

Planning
- Formulating the problem or question to be answered
- Determining the research approach
- Setting objectives for information collection

Design
- Choosing a collection method (Qualtrics, Google Forms, or SurveyMonkey)
- Tips for good visual design
- Types of questions/response alternatives
- Pretesting and pilot testing
- Pitfalls to avoid
- Good question test - is it clear, easy answerable, unbiased?

Collection
- Collecting responses
- Statistical significance
- Improving response rates and retention

Analysis & Reporting
- Filtering and customizing results
- Sharing results

When:
Thursday, August 30, 2018
9:00 am – 12:00 pm
Where:
Turing Auditorium (Polya Hall 111)
Admission:

Lecture cost: $120

All Tech Training class fees can be covered by STAP funds, Departmental PTA, or Educational Assistance Funds.

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Audience:
Faculty/Staff, Students
Contact:
650-723-4391, techtraining@stanford.edu
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