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FOLIOz Facilitated Online Learning as an Interative Opportunity

 

Designing, Conducting and Analysing Surveys and Questionnaires (ASQ)

 

About ASQ...

Welcome to the 'Designing, Conducting and Analysing Surveys and Questionnaires' (ASQ) web pages. ASQ is an online interactive course on surveys and questionnaires that is being delivered by email and Web pages. The course has been commissioned by the Australian Library and Information Association (ALIA) as a FOLIOz course for library and information professionals in Australia and New Zealand.  

 

The ASQ course will run between 6th of March to the 11th May 2012.

 

You do not need to log-in to this wiki, it is just a platform for materials the links for which will be sent to you as you require them.

 

To see an outline of upcoming course materials and exercises and to access course materials see the ASQ timetable.

 

For an overview of the work involved in completing the course see the Course Information, and for other information about the course see the FAQs.

 

To see the criteria used to mark your portfolios see the Folioz Assessment Criteria.

 

To get daily updates for the course see the course blog.

 

Course aim...

This course aims to equip participants with the skills and knowledge to design, conduct and analyse surveys and questionnaires for use in investigating any type of library service.

 

Course objectives/ Learning outcomes...

By the end of this course participants will be able to:

 

  • Identify when to choose to use questionnaires and surveys in their own practice.
  • Design a questionnaire or survey for investigating their own service.
  • Understand the main considerations when identifying an appropriate target  population for a questionnaire or survey.
  • Identify the main question types and their specific strengths and weaknesses.
  • Describe the main considerations when analysing and presenting data.
  • Engage with fellow participants in discussing issues connected with the design and use of questionnaires and surveys.

 

 

Key Materials... 

 

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