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November 2019

Writing and evaluating good survey questions

November 5 @ 12:00 pm - 4:00 pm
$175

A 4-hour workshop taught by Paul D. Umbach, Ph.D. Register Overview Writing good survey questions can be very difficult. This workshop will give participants a solid practical foundation in how to write good survey questions. The purpose of this workshop is to arm you with the knowledge to develop valid and reliable questionnaires by looking at approaches for developing survey questions and methods for evaluating them. As survey researchers, it is difficult to be certain that respondents interpret your questions exactly as you…

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December 2019

Introduction to matching and propensity score analysis

December 6 @ 11:00 am - 5:00 pm
$225

A 6-hour workshop taught by Stephen R. Porter, Ph.D. You may also be interested in our introduction to binary logistic regression class. Register Overview Propensity score analysis (also known as “matching”) is a popular way to estimate the effects of programs and policies on outcomes. Yet researchers face a dizzying array of choices, in terms of particular matching techniques to use, as well as many different options for implementing a specific technique. This workshop provides a concise introduction to matching for the…

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