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An Intro to Text Analysis for Social Scientists

From open-ended survey questions to social media streams, text data can offer social scientists rich insights that extend beyond the traditional survey - but it can also pose substantial challenges, often including the need for extensive human coding. Fortunately, modern computational tools are making it easier to analyze free-form text. This webinar introduces the basics of working with text data quantitatively, provide an overview of common text analysis methods and tools, and demonstrate some of them in action.
$45.00
$45.00

An Introduction to AAPOR: "A Meeting Place and More..."

This webinar provides an introduction to AAPOR’s "A Meeting Place and More...", an update to a history of the organization first published in 1992. In addition there will be a discussion of the important trends that have been, and are, affecting AAPOR and the fields of survey and public opinion research more generally. The new history has 16 chapters by 18 authors. Six of the authors will be participating in this webinar to discuss important themes and developments and add material not covered in the completed volume.
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$25.00

Application of the Total Survey Error Paradigm to Online Sur

During the past two decades, online survey research has evolved from a fledgling newcomer oft regarded as an option suitable for quick market research applications to perhaps the most widely used survey methodology worldwide. As such, the art and science of online surveys continue to evolve by adopting more effective techniques for representative recruitment and sampling, as well as more mobile-friendly protocols for survey design and administration. Still, many researchers struggle with several challenges when transitioning traditional methods of survey administration to an online modality. On the one hand, samples from most online panels are void of the organic representation that is exclusive to probability-based samples from complete frames. On the other, traditional methods for questionnaire design are becoming obsolete as smartphones have become the device of choice for many online survey-takers. Lastly, with the growing problem of bots and click-farms it is becoming increasingly difficult to safeguard surveys against fraudulent respondents and poor-quality data.
$45.00
$65.00

Behind the Curtain: AAPOR Committees, Volunteering, and Lead

AAPOR has many separate components and plenty of spots where volunteers take up roles that keep our organization moving. This webinar discusses why you should think about volunteering with AAPOR and how you actually put your name in the hat to become a volunteer. The presenters will talk about the different structures that make up AAPOR and how volunteers play a part in each one. This will include a discussion of committees, subcommittees, taskforces, the executive council, membership chapters, and affinity groups. Each of these components play a vital role in the continued success of AAPOR as an organization and many are only possible because of volunteers. Join us as the Education Committee welcomes Tim Johnson, Gretchen McHenry, and David Sterrett to learn about some of the groups within AAPOR and the crucial role that volunteers continue to play within AAPOR. Tim Johnson, Gretchen McHenry & David Sterrett, will be recorded in May 2018
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$20.00

Cell Phones: Current Practice (Jun 2016)

Cell Phones: Current Practice and the Future of Telephone Interviewing with David Dutwin, PhD, was recorded June 2016. This webinar will review and revise insight revealed in that 2014 webinar, and aim to make assessments on the future of cell phone surveying for general population research generally, and small area and/or small population research specifically. You must log in to receive member pricing.
$45.00
$65.00

Cellular Telephone Methods: (Jun 2017) Web Rec

Cellular Telephone Methods: Evolutions and Improvements with David Dutwin, was recorded June 2017. In this webinar will review and revise insight revealed in prior webinars, and aim to make assessments on the future of cell phone surveying for general population research generally, and small area and/or small population research specifically. You must log in to receive member pricing.
$45.00
$65.00

Challenges and Opportunities for Federal Statistics

Challenges and Opportunities for Federal Statistics with John Thompson, was recorded in January 2018.
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$20.00

Challenges Delivering Surveys via Mobile Devices (Dec 2016)

Smart Phones, Smart Questionnaires? The Challenges of Delivering Surveys via Mobile Devices with Michael Link, PhD, was recorded December 2016. This course provides an assessment of our current understanding of mobile-based survey administration, some developing best practices, and how other smartphone tools & apps might be used in place of traditional survey questionnaires You must log in to receive member pricing.
$45.00
$65.00

Cognitive Interviewing and its Online Implementation

In this webinar, participants will learn about the method of web probing (sometimes also called online probing) to pre-test survey questions. Web probing stands for the implementation of probing techniques derived from cognitive interviewing in web surveys. First, we will briefly introduce the general goals of pretesting and key aspects of cognitive interviewing. Then we will focus on web probing and practical aspects that come with moving to the online mode.
$45.00
$65.00

Conducting sensitive interviews: Caring for research partici

Researchers often collect sensitive information, yet participating in sensitive research can be risky for respondents and researchers. Data collection can trigger negative emotional responses or expose either party to risk of physical harm. This session will review approaches for conducting sensitive interviews (qualitative and quantitative), implementing distress protocols, and monitoring interviewers for burnout and secondary trauma. Special focus will be on conducting research during COVID.
$45.00
$65.00
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