Conducting Surveys I: Introduction and Questionnaire Design

Tackling the job of conducting a survey for your library can be daunting. A systematic and quality-driven approach will yield results which can provide valuable information to decision-makers and stakeholders. This first in a three-part series of workshops on conducting surveys will demystify the survey process, from beginning to end of your project.
This first workshop of the three-part series addresses 1) the reasons for conducting a survey; 2) issues in effective questionnaire design, data collection and analysis, and reporting; and 3) questionnaire design, especially measurement, question content, and structure, including examples.
To register for the rest of the workshops in the series, click on the workshop name:[obsolete link removed] Conducting Surveys II: Data Collection [obsolete link removed] Conducting Surveys III: Analyzing Data and Reporting Methods

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