Designing and Implementing Effective Surveys: Part 1
This two-part webinar will provide an introduction to survey planning, design, and implementation. Participants will learn to identify when to use surveys; how to write effective, actionable, and unbiased survey questions; gain a basic understanding of how to use a popular survey creation tool; and learn about designing, validating, piloting and an implementing effective surveys.
• The assessment lifecycle
• When to survey
• Sampling populations and methods
• Survey planning
Remember to join us for part II of this series, September 29, 10:30 -12pm.
By the end of the webinar series, attendees will be able to:
• Identify when a survey is the best methodology for gathering user feedback and when some other method is more appropriate
• Write effective, actionable, and unbiased survey questions
• Have a basic understanding of how to use a survey tool to create and implement a survey
• Describe the process of designing, validating, piloting and an implementing effective, actionable, and unbiased survey
Emily Daly, Head of Assessment & User Experience Department at Duke University Libraries
Joyce Chapman, Assessment Analyst & Consultant at Duke University Libraries
Webinar Host: Amanda Johnson, Data Analysis & Communications Consultant at State Library of NC
This webinar was developed in conjunction with ALA and is presented as part of the Meaningful Measurement Initiative at the State Library of NC.
- Friday, September 22, 2017
- 10:30am - 12:00pm
- Online - At Your Computer