Beginning again!

Hello students, faculty, and the amazing people of the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign! Your home for qualitative and quantitative research assistance, the Scholarly Commons, is re-opening with brand new hours! That’s right, for the entirety of this beautiful fall semester we will be open from 8:30 am to 6 pm! Will the Scholarly Commons […]

Survey Research Methods Webinars Spring 2018

The Survey Research Laboratory is offering two webinars on survey research methodology during the Spring 2018 semester. The webinars are free to University faculty, staff and students. All webinars begin at 12:00 p.m. ADVANCE ONLINE REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED You will receive a reminder about the webinar for which you have registered shortly before the date. Webinar […]

Survey Research Methods Webinars Fall 2017

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. ADVANCE ONLINE REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED You will receive a reminder about the webinar for which you have registered shortly before the date. […]

Review: The Infographic History of the World by Valentina D’Efilippo and James Ball

The Infographic History of the World, created by Valentina D’Efilippo and James Ball, consists of various infographics with accompanying commentaries. You can find this book and read it at Scholarly Commons, near our other infographic and visualization books! You can also check it out from a nearby library! Overall, this book is a compelling read […]

Survey Research Webinar Series Spring 2017

If you’re interested in learning how to conduct research, you’ll want to check out the Survey Research Webinar Series! Each webinar is free to University of Illinois faculty, staff, and students and begin at 12:00 pm Central time. The following is a list of the semester’s offerings: Organizational Surveys. Wednesday, February 15 Presenter: Timothy Johnson […]

Register for Spring 2017 Workshops at CITL!

Exciting news for anyone interested in learning the basics of statistical and qualitative analysis software! Registration is open for workshops to be held throughout spring semester at the Center for Innovation in Teaching and Learning! There will be workshops on ATLAS.ti, R, SAS, Stata, SPSS, and Questionnaire Design on Tuesdays and Wednesdays in February and […]

Best Practices Resources: The Research Clinic

As a researcher, it can sometimes be difficult to draw the line between what is and is not appropriate behavior while working with those participating in your project. That’s why the Office of Research Integrity (ORI) and the Office for Human Research Protections (OHRP) created “The Research Clinic,” an interactive training video, which can help […]

Cross-Cultural Survey Guidelines July 2016 Update

Are you a researcher or survey practitioner trying to design a survey for a project that incorporates multiple countries, regions, cultures, and maybe even languages and not totally sure how to get started? Were you wondering what the best practices were for such surveys, and how these practices fall within the survey life-cycle? Well, wonder […]

Free Survey Research Methods Webinar Series!

Are you interesting in learning more about how to conduct survey research? The Survey Research Laboratory of the University of Illinois is offering four webinars on survey research methodology during the fall 2016 semester, covering a range of topics from survey sampling to conducting focus groups.  All webinars are free and will take place Wednesdays […]

Webinars About Survey Research

The Survey Research Laboratory on campus is offering a series of webinars on survey research this spring: Cross-Cultural Survey Methods Wednesday, March 16, noon This seminar will provide an overview of the methodological challenges of conducting cross-cultural survey research and currently available techniques for establishing and/or evaluating equivalence in cross-cultural surveys. Pros and Cons of […]