Wednesday, October 21
8:30 AM – 12:00 PM
College Building, Room 106, 2155 College Avenue, Regina
This interactive workshop will provide participants with practical information for designing surveys. A well-designed questionnaire should collect information that is relevant to the survey’s purpose, and allow for easy analysis and interpretation of results. The question design and wording should encourage respondents to complete the survey as accurately as possible. The emphasis of the workshop will be on what makes good questions and how to get the best response to your survey. The workshop will cover various types of surveys, the different kinds of questions that can be asked, how to design the survey to flow smoothly and, how to avoid common pitfalls of many surveys.
David Rosenbluth has more than 30 years of experience in conducting evaluations and research projects in the human services. He has worked as a policy analyst and Director of Research and Evaluation for the Ministry of Social Services and has led both national and provincial evaluations of social programs. He has a Ph.D. in sociology.