An introduction to web-based questionnaires

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An introduction to web-based questionnaires
An introduction
to web-based questionnaires
Docente proponente:
Relatore
prof. Bison Ivano
dott. Enzo Loner; dott.ssa Erika Rimondi
Department of Sociology and Social Research - via Verdi 26
Date
Timetable
April 11, 2016
13.00 – 16.00
April 12, 2016
13.00 – 16.00
April 14, 2016
08.00 – 11.00
April 18, 2016
13.00 – 16.00
April 20, 2016
16.00 – 18.00
April 27, 2016
16.00 – 18.00
May 4, 2016
16.00 – 18.00
Subject
Planning and conducting a survey using LimeSurvey
Understanding the whole process of a web survey
Using filters
How to decide what type of question to use
Changing the format and layout of a survey
The main stages of effective web-based data collection
Differences between possible areas of application
(including advantages and disadvantages of using websurveys)
Classroom
Lab 13
Lab 3
Lab 2
Lab 13
Lab 2
Lab 2
Lab 2
The use of web-surveys for social science research is becoming increasingly common. This introductory seminar outlines
practical and methodological issues for students to consider when using web-based questionnaires. In the detail, the seminar
focuses on developing the students’ expertise in relation to the use of LimeSurvey, a free software tool.
Basic skills in research methodology are expected.
The course is held in English.
Open to students of all Master’s degrees (LM SRS, LM GOT, LM MOVASS) of the Department of Sociology and Social Research, it is
especially targeted at students of the Master’s degree in “Sociology and Social Research” (LM SRS) who have priority in
admission (all students of all Master’s degrees of the Department of Sociology and Social Research have to register on-line).
Students attending at least 75 % of the lessons and making the work requested by the teacher will obtain 3 CFU (crediti formativi
universitari).
For students of the Master's degree in Sociology and Social Research, the seminar is for the credits related to "Meth Lab 1" (cod.
135314) or "Laboratori di Metodologia/Meth Lab" (cod. 135210) or “Laboratori di Metodologia" (cod. 135040) or "free choice subject”
(“Attività a scelta libera”).
For students of others Master’s degrees the seminar is for the credits related to "free choice subject" (“Attività a scelta libera” o “Altre
attività”) according the rules of their degree course.
On-line registration is open until March 31, 2016 at http://www.sociologia.unitn.it/100/seminari-di-credito (maximum
number of participants: 35)
Ufficio Offerta Formativa e Gestione Studenti – Lettere Filosofia, Sociologia e Ricerca Sociale via Tommaso Gar, 14 – 38122 Trento Italy
Tel. +39 0461282187 Fax +39 0461282982 e-mail: [email protected]