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Presented By: Summer Institute in Survey Research Techniques

Interventions in a Responsive Survey Design Framework-Part 1- Responsive Survey Design: A Research Education Program - Summer Institute in Survey Research Techniques

RSD webinar presented by Brady T. West

Responsive Survey Design: A Research Education Program Responsive Survey Design: A Research Education Program
Responsive Survey Design: A Research Education Program
Interventions in a Responsive Survey Design Framework-Part 1

Webinar open for registration!

July 13, 2022
9:00am-1:00pm
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This first webinar in a two-part series on implementing interventions in a responsive design framework will discuss a variety of potential RSD interventions. Many of these have been implemented experimentally, and the course will include evaluations of those experiments. The importance of experimental evaluations in early phases of RSD will be discussed. Methods for implementing interventions will also be discussed, including implementation of experiments aimed at evaluating new interventions. Strategies for implementing these interventions with both interviewer-mediated and self-administered (e.g., web and mail) surveys will be discussed. Methods for the evaluation of the results of the interventions (experimental and otherwise) will be considered. These evaluations will include measures of both costs and errors.

Not for academic credit.

Instructor: Brady T. West

All 2022 courses will be held in an alternative remote format.
Responsive Survey Design: A Research Education Program Responsive Survey Design: A Research Education Program
Responsive Survey Design: A Research Education Program

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  • Fees are based upon the total number of course hours, or webinars, selected.
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