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Presented By: Summer Institute in Survey Research Techniques

Introduction to Survey Methodology - Summer Institute in Survey Research Techniques

Presented by Emilia Peytcheva and Andy Peytchev

Introduction to Survey Methodology
Emilia Peytcheva and Andy Peytchev

June 10-14, 2024
M-F (9:00am-12:00pm)

Classes are open for registration. You do not have to be affiliated with the University in order to attend.

The mission of the Summer Institute in Survey Research Techniques (SISRT) is to provide rigorous and high quality graduate training in all phases of survey research. The program teaches state-of-the art practice and theory in the design, implementation, and analysis of surveys.

Space is limited so please register early! Since our courses are not for academic credit, fees are based on the number of assigned “course hours” to each class.

Please view the 2024 course schedule for our extensive class offerings. Classes are offered remotely at their scheduled times.

This course covers the basic principles of survey design and methods and introduces the necessary components of a good quality survey. The course employs the Total Survey Error framework to discuss sampling frames and designs, modes of data collection and their effects on survey errors, the cognitive processes involved in answering survey questions and their impact on questionnaire design, pretesting methods and post-data collection processing. The goal of the course is to give an introduction to the skills and resources needed to design and conduct a survey.

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