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Duke’s Social Science Research Institute (SSRI) offers workshops on a diverse array of topics throughout the year to help you use a statistical software program or improve your understanding of how to craft a survey and encourage your subjects to respond to it.
Upcoming workshops include:
- Best Practices in Survey Question Writing
- Introduction to Qualtrics Survey Software
- Effective Survey Design for Online, Paper, and Mixed-mode Questionnaires
- and much more…
For a full schedule and details, go to: https://ssri.duke.edu/education/workshops
Also, you can check out several recorded and live online trainings!
- Qualtrics Basic Training Webinar Recorded | Live
- Qualtrics Advanced Training Webinar Recorded | Live
- Qualtrics Data, Analysis, and Reporting Webinar Recorded | Live
Need Qualtrics help? Bookmark the Qualtrics Support website. Also feel free to call Qualtrics directly at 1-800-340-9194 for help creating your online survey!
Need an introduction to Qualrics, Duke’s online survey tool? Check out this introductory workshop being offered by SSRI.
Duke’s Qualtrics survey tool makes it easy for Duke faculty, staff and students to create surveys. Qualtrics also provides several ways to email or link to a survey. Check out this blog post for the step by step directions on how to embed a Qualtrics survey into Sites@Duke (Duke’s WordPress instance)!
Duke’s Social Science Research Institute’s (SSRI) Education and Training program is offering a series of workshops including: “Introduction to Qualtrics Survey Software”, “Effective Survey Design for Online, Paper, and Mixed-mode Questionnaires”, “Using Excel to organize and analyze information and data and to present findings”, “Introduction to Survey Research” and more.
To view the schedule and to register, go online:
For complete information about SSRI’s Education and Training program, visit: http://ssri.duke.edu/education.
Join us for our next Learn IT @ Lunch Session:
Qualtrics: Ask Before You Start, Keep the End in Mind
Presenters: Jackie Gottlieb PMP, Project Manager – School of Nursing and Lisa Richardson MS, Improvement Advisor, UCLA-Duke National Center for Child Traumatic Stress
Date: Wednesday, March 26
Time: noon – 1:00 p.m.
Location: Room 217 Perkins Library
Description: A typical survey request is “I need a survey. It should be really easy to create; 10 minutes or so.” Well, maybe….maybe not! Have you ever started creating a survey and didn’t know where to begin or the requestor didn’t completely provide the survey questions and expectations or what was assigned as a small project quickly became much larger and more complex (scope creep)? Come to this session to discuss what questions to ask, how to ask them efficiently and accurately, how Qualtrics can be leveraged for complex surveys particularly for research and evaluation, and keeping the end in mind for reporting needs. Audience participation will be encouraged to share your trials and tribulations managing survey requests and creating them. No one wants to contribute to the ‘survey graveyard.’
Complete information about the Learn IT @ Lunch series is available online at: http://oit.duke.edu/comp-print/training/learn_it_lunch/
Learn IT @Lunch is designed to be an opportunity to learn about technology in a relaxed lunch env
ironment. Each session includes a presentation followed by Q & A. No pre-registration is required. Seating is available on a first come, first served basis.
NOTE: Lunch is not provided. Feel free to bring a brown bag lunch.
Qualtrics representatives will be on campus this month holding a casual information session for anyone who would like to attend. They will highlight new features and answer questions about the software.
Date: Friday, November 22
Time: 10:30-11:30 a.m.
Location: Bostock 023 (lower level of the library)
No registration is required. Stop by.
This event is sponsored by OIT Software Licensing.
Duke’s Office of Information Technology (OIT) was recently featured in this Campus Technology article about centralizing Qualtrics (survey tool) software on our campus: http://campustechnology.com/Articles/2013/08/21/Centralizing-Software-at-Duke.aspx?Page=1