[PAST EVENT] Implementing Web Surveys and Experiments in Qualtrics

May 12, 2011
2pm - 5pm
Boswell Hall (formerly Morton Hall), Room 201
100 Ukrop Way
Williamsburg, VA 23185Map this location
Web-based surveys and experiments are becoming popular tools for researchers. This workshop offers an introduction to the web modality, focusing first on the strengths and weaknesses of web surveys/experiments as compared to other common modes (e.g. in-person, phone, mail, mixed mode). It then introduces users to Qualtrics, a web-based survey platform available to all William and Mary faculty and staff. Participants are provided with a basic introduction to constructing surveys in Qualtrics and the workshop covers best practices for reducing errors specifically in web surveys. The workshop also covers using Qualtrics for experiments, with special attention given to the randomization and multi-media features the program offers.

Presented by Patrick Miller, Fellow, Duke Initiative on Survey Methodology

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