Using Questionnaires for Program Evaluation: Collecting High Quality Information
This course outlines the basics of conducting surveys for program evaluation. Participants will learn how to write survey items using typical question formats while avoiding common errors; distribute questionnaires to maximize response rate; determine sample size using online calculators; learn strategies for avoiding and exploring response bias in survey data. This is an in-person workshop.
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- Determine when surveys are an effective method for program evaluation
- Structure questionnaire items to avoid common item-writing errors
- Use online sample-size calculators to determine optimal sample sizes
- Follow effective practices of survey distribution to maximize response rates
- Identify response bias is survey data
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