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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. ASA members only.
June 08, 2016
$59.00
$59.00

Challenges and Opportunities for Federal Statistics

Challenges and Opportunities for Federal Statistics with John Thompson, was recorded in January 2018. ASA members only.
January 17, 2018
$0.00
$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.
December 13, 2016
$59.00
$59.00

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.
$59.00
$79.00

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.
$0.00
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Data Science Trends and Tools (Oct 2017) web recasa

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.
October 11, 2017
$59.00
$79.00

Data Visualization in R

Data Visualization in R Brady West, was recorded in August 2018.
August 15, 2018
$59.00
$79.00

Defining Hard-to-Survey Populations (Apr 2013)

Defining Hard-to-Survey Populations and Measuring the Difficulty with Roger Tourangeau, PhD, was recorded April 2013. ASA members only.
April 10, 2013
$59.00
$59.00

Design and Weighting for Dual Frame Surveys (Sep 2015)

Design and Weighting for Dual Frame Surveys with J. Michael Brick, PhD, was recorded Septemeber 2015. ASA members only.
September 17, 2015
$59.00
$59.00

Design Considerations for Mobile Web Surveys

A decade ago, smartphones were used by a small fraction of adults globally and rarely used to respond to surveys. Today, by comparison, smartphone use is widespread in many countries, and growing proportions of survey participants are choosing to respond to Web surveys on their mobile devices. In light of this change, survey researchers have begun examining ways to optimize the design of mobile surveys to improve data quality. This webinar will discuss how their findings can inform design choices about screen layout and question formatting. Specific topics will include radio button size, text versus voice input for open items, grids, drop boxes, and scrolling versus paging question grouping. The webinar will also highlight some unresolved questions and directions for future research.
$59.00
$79.00
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