TwTT Surveytools

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This session will cover the theoretical and practical aspects of surveys and survey design. Topics will include: pre-survey design, actualizing a survey, analyzing the results, why and when surveys are appropriate, determining the survey audience, existing Yale surveys, and some survey tools popular at Yale including Survey Monkey, ClassesV2, QuestionMark, Sharepoint, Qualtrics and ITS provided solutions.

Staff from the Stat Lab will touch on some of the salient topics from their Survey Design workshop (free to the Yale community) and discuss the expertise available to the Yale community with quantitative and qualitative (text) analysis and tools such as SPSS Text Analysis for Surveys and NVivo.

Presenters will be Themba Flowers, Manager of the Social Science Stat Lab and Scott Matheson, Web Manager at the Yale University Library.

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TwTT Surveytools

  1. 1. Teaching with Technology Tuesday Surveys Considerations, Tools & Analysis Themba Flowers, StatLab Sherlock Campbell, StatLab Scott Matheson, Library
  2. 2. Today’s takeaways •Do you need a survey? •Designing, actualizing, analyzing •Survey tools overview and demonstration •Survey resources at Yale
  3. 3. Background - Who are we? •Scott – web manager, library •Themba – manager of StatLab •Sherlock - Statlab Statistician
  4. 4. Do you need a survey? •Question: –is the data already out there? –who is the audience? –what kind of information do you want to capture? –what’s the time frame? •Beware “survey fatigue” •Determing the most appropriate tool –might not be a survey
  5. 5. Survey alternatives •Focus group •Usability testing •Log files (for online) •Clickers or InstaPoll
  6. 6. Alternative: usability testing Think-aloud protocols •Test objectives •Recruit 5 to 8 user-participants •Morae for recording and analysis
  7. 7. Alternative: web analytics
  8. 8. Yale resources •Sakai –survey tool –polling tool •Qualtrics –Yale has a site license. •ITS options –Sharepoint: http://yale.edu/its/web/sharepoint/ –Custom surveys: http://yale.edu/its/web/surveys/
  9. 9. Alternative: clickers or InstaPoll site
  10. 10. Tools: classesv2 survey or poll
  11. 11. Tools: classesv2 survey or poll
  12. 12. Tools: Sharepoint demo
  13. 13. Tools: Qualtrics •Yale site license.
  14. 14. Tools: Qualtrics •Quick demo: http://www.qualtrics.com/tutorials/questiontypes.html
  15. 15. StatLab (Social Science Research Services) •What we do: –Before you start –executing the tool –analyzing the results
  16. 16. Resources •StatLab consultants and staff •StatCat data sets from Library •StatLab Workshops –Next session: Friday April 9th 1-3pm Main StatLab •Analysis tools –qualitative analysis (SPSS Text Analysis for Surveys) –quantitative analysis –data transforms
  17. 17. Yale resources (again) •Sakai (classesV2) •Qualtrics •Sharepoint: (Library and ITS) –http://yale.edu/its/web/sharepoint/ •Custom surveys: –http://yale.edu/its/web/surveys/ •Survey monkey –if you’re going to use it, speak with Scott first.
  18. 18. Questions? Themba Flowers themba.flowers@yale.edu Sherlock Campbell sherlock.campbell@yale.edu Scott Matheson scott.matheson@yale.edu http://yale.edu/statlab

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