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Prof Devel Webinar: Working Across Sectors (Jan 2013)

Professional Development Webinar: Thoughts on Working Across Research Sectors During One's Career with Michael Link, PhD, Gillian SteelFisher, PhD, John H. Thompson, MS, Ali Mokdad, PhD, and Paul Lavrakas, PhD, was recorded January 2013.
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Public Opinion on the Affordable Care Act (Jul 2014)

Public Opinion on the Affordable Care Act (a.k.a Obamacare) and Measuring Early Views and Experiences During Its Implementation with Mollyann Brodie, PhD, was recorded July 2014 ASA members only.
$59.00
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Questionnaire Design (Oct 2013)

Questionnaire Design with Allyson Holbrook, was recorded October 2013. ASA members only.
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$59.00

Questionnaire Design for Cross-Cultural (Mar 2015)

Questionnaire Design for Cross-Cultural Survey Research with Nina Sabarre and Stacey Frank, was recorded March 2015. ASA members only.
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Questionnaire Design Pitfalls of Multiple Modes (Nov 2013)

The Questionnaire Design Pitfalls of Multiple Modes with Pamela Campanelli, PhD and Gerry Nicolaas, was recorded November 2013. ASA members only.
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R for SPSS Users (Apr 2016)

R for SPSS Users: A User Friendly Introduction Using Rcommander with Trent Buskirk, PhD, was recorded April 2016. This webinar is intended to provide a bridge from SPSS into R and will focus on one specific package freely available in R called Rcommander. ASA members only.
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Racial Attitudes and Public Opinion (Oct 2015)

The Elephant is Still in the Room: Racial Attitudes and Public Opinion with Maria Krysan, PhD and David Wilson, PhD, was recorded October 2015. ASA members only.
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Reflections on Career Transitions in the World of Survey Res

The profession of survey research is dynamic and diverse, composed of professionals from academia, the non-profit sector, for-profit research organizations and government entities. Although similar in their use of shared methodologies and theoretical principles, these workplaces frequently operate with different cultural norms and expectations. Professionals may often change jobs within fields multiple times throughout the course of their careers and these transitions can be challenging, stimulating, and rewarding. This webinar presents three survey professionals who have traversed multiple career tracks throughout the course of their careers. The presenters discuss their career transitions, focusing on the challenges they faced and the insights and skills they wish they had known prior to making these transitions. This webinar is targeted towards students, early and mid-career survey researchers, or anyone interested in advancing their careers or changing career tracks.
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Remote Web Survey Usability Testing Best Practices

Usability testing in survey research allows in-depth evaluation of how respondents and interviewers interact with self-administered questionnaires. For example, a respondent may understand the question and response options but may be unable to select their answer accurately on a small screen. Although there is a growing body of literature on best practices for web surveys and mobile devices, not all design guidelines work equally well for all surveys. Thus, it is critical for researchers to test with real users and modify surveys as part of the pretesting process. Due to the recent COVID-19 pandemic, researchers are now faced with the additional challenge of conducting questionnaire pretesting remotely. In this webinar, we will discuss best practices for conducting remote usability testing, including both moderated and unmoderated testing. We will use examples from our work and provide demonstrations using different software tools.
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$79.00

Reproducible Report Generation using Markdown

I will discuss markdown as a simple language to create formatted text, and extensions of markdown that incorporate statistical code and its output, such as statistical results, tables, and graphs. Examples of simple markdown documents will be presented, and extensions such as parametric R markdown documents that can use different data sets or different filters will be discussed. Some familiarity with R will be helpful, to the extent of general understanding what R code does, but all the steps will be explained. Students will be encouraged to run their own markdown examples.
$59.00
$79.00
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