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Covering 2020

The whiplash of polling between President Trump and Joe Biden continues as we approach the last campaign stage of the 2020 Presidential Election. Some state and national polls are more reliable than others. How can reporters accurately interpret polls and use them effectively in their reporting? For journalists seeking more clarity on pollster quality, margins of error and other factors to carefully vet a poll, the American Association for Public Opinion Research (AAPOR) will host a media webinar on Tuesday, September 29, 2020 at 12:30PM ET.
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COVID-19 Series: Changes to Field Operations

COVID-19 Changes to Research Practices Workshop Series: Changes to Field Operations

As a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, AAPOR’s members and organizations have been facing new issues over the last few months • and looking into the foreseeable future • that we have never faced before. When our 2020 annual conference was forced to move to a virtual format, AAPORites missed out on opportunities to engage with each other about the challenges and opportunities that we, as a field, are facing and new data collection efforts.

Within this context, the COVID-19 Changes to Research Practices Workshop Series of 90-minute virtual workshops will encourage conversations about the current issues facing our field. The workshops will have a mix of presentations from the panelists and moderated discussion time among attendees and panelists.
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COVID-19 Series: Changes to Qualitative Research

COVID-19 Changes to Research Practices Workshop Series: Changes to Qualitative Research

As a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, AAPOR’s members and organizations have been facing new issues over the last few months • and looking into the foreseeable future • that we have never faced before. When our 2020 annual conference was forced to move to a virtual format, AAPORites missed out on opportunities to engage with each other about the challenges and opportunities that we, as a field, are facing and new data collection efforts.

Within this context, the COVID-19 Changes to Research Practices Workshop Series of 90-minute virtual workshops will encourage conversations about the current issues facing our field. The workshops will have a mix of presentations from the panelists and moderated discussion time among attendees and panelists.
$5.00
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COVID-19 Series: Transitioning CATI to Remote Interviewing

COVID-19 Changes to Research Practices Workshop Series: Transitioning CATI to Remote Interviewing

As a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, AAPOR’s members and organizations have been facing new issues over the last few months • and looking into the foreseeable future • that we have never faced before. When our 2020 annual conference was forced to move to a virtual format, AAPORites missed out on opportunities to engage with each other about the challenges and opportunities that we, as a field, are facing and new data collection efforts.

Within this context, the COVID-19 Changes to Research Practices Workshop Series of 90-minute virtual workshops will encourage conversations about the current issues facing our field. The workshops will have a mix of presentations from the panelists and moderated discussion time among attendees and panelists.
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Cross Cultural Surveys Kit

$175.00
$235.00

Current Developments in Cognitive Testing of Survey Question

Current Developments in Cognitive Testing of Survey Questions Gordon Willis, will be recorded in June 2018.
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$65.00

Data Collection with Apps, Sensors, and Wearables

The proliferation of mobile and wearable technology provides new opportunities for behavioral and social researchers. Using apps, sensors, and wearables allows for the collection of observational data (e.g., on location and movement, physical activity, social interactions, mobile browsing history and app usage) at high intervals and in real time. These data can augment or replace self-reports in surveys. However, implementing data collection using these new technologies poses multiple challenges, among others related to participant selectivity, (non)willingness to provide the data, ethics and privacy. In addition, data from apps, sensors, and wearables are not free from measurement error, and specific skills are required to handle and analyze these data. This webinar provides an overview of the currently available technology and review how they can be implemented in existing surveys. There is discussion practical issues of collecting data from apps, sensors, and wearables including best practices of consent and privacy protection when collecting these types of data.
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$65.00

Data Science Trends and Tools (Oct 2017) web rec

Data Science Trends and Tools for Measuring Attitudes and Behaviors Michael Link, PhD, was recorded October 2017. In this webinar we explore some of the major trends in data science as it pertains to the measurement of attitudes and behaviors as well as its relationship with traditional survey approaches.
$45.00
$65.00

Data Visualization in R

Data Visualization in R Brady West, was recorded in August 2018.
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$65.00

Defining Hard-to-Survey Populations (Apr 2013)

Defining Hard-to-Survey Populations and Measuring the Difficulty with Roger Tourangeau, PhD, was recorded April 2013. You must log in to receive member pricing.
$45.00
$65.00
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