The Survey Research Laboratory is offering two webinars on survey research methodology during the Fall 2017 semester. The webinars are free to University faculty, staff and students. All webinars begin at 12:00 p.m.
You will receive a reminder about the webinar for which you have registered shortly before the date. Webinar notes will be available here shortly before the webinar.
Social Desirability in Survey Research
Wednesday, November 1, noon
Presenter: Timothy Johnson
Researchers who study sensitive social topics are often confronted with the problem of survey measurement error due to social desirability concerns. This webinar will provide an overview of this important issue and consider various methodologies for addressing it.
Wednesday, November 8, noon
Presenter: Allyson Holbrook
Survey researchers are increasingly embedding experiments in surveys in order to maximize both internal validity and generalizability. This webinar will describe the ways that experiments have been used in survey research to explore both methodological questions and substantive questions.