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Student Survey Analysis [2007

  1. 1. LSC Student Survey Analysis<br />By Senol Whaley<br />Feb. 22nd,2010<br />Duluth, MN<br />
  2. 2. LSC Student Survey Analysis<br />Outline<br />Assumptions<br />Review of Technical Terms<br />Analysis<br />Conclusion<br />
  3. 3. LSC Student Survey Analysis<br />Likert Scale Rensis Likert (1932) developed a direct measure of attitudes called the Likert Scale. A Likert Scale adds up responses to statements representative of a particular attitude.A Likert Scale is often used in survey design to get around the problem of obtaining meaningful quantitative answers to restricted closed questions. A Likert scale is recognizable when you are asked to indicate your strength of feeling about a particular issue on a 1-5 rating scale. Using a Likert Scale with closed questions generates statistical measurements of people's attitudes and opinions.<br />
  4. 4. LSC Student Survey Analysis<br />Review of Technical Terms<br />Standard deviation<br />Confidence Interval<br />Confidence Level<br />
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  7. 7. LSC Student Survey Analysis<br />Comparison of Statistics<br />
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  15. 15. LSC Student Survey Analysis<br />Conclusion<br />Students gave same importance to same issue during both surveys<br />The degree of satisfaction has changed between the surveys on few issues<br />There is a slight concern on safety<br />Concerns with higher GAP numbers should be addressed first based on resources<br />
  16. 16. LSC Student Survey Analysis<br />Thank you.<br />Questions????<br />

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