Online ISSR Summer Methodology Workshop | Introduction to Qualtrics | Quinnehtukqut McLamore

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Monday, June 29, 2020 - 1:00pm to 3:00pm
Tuesday, June 30, 2020 - 1:00pm to 3:00pm
Wednesday, July 1, 2020 - 1:00pm to 3:00pm
Online Event - Login credentials via email for registered participants

This workshop will be offered online.


In this 3-day (6-hour) workshop, you will learn the skills needed to design, implement, and manage a survey project using the Qualtrics software.

Qualtrics is one of the most frequently used platforms for designing, hosting, and distributing questionnaires digitally in social science research. However, because of its flexibility and its number of features, using Qualtrics to design questionnaires for your research can be a daunting task for beginners.

This workshop is designed both to introduce novice Qualtrics users to the platform's functionality for designing surveys and to provide tips and tricks that will be useful for both new and experienced Qualtrics users. Participants will gain knowledge of how to create questionnaires, randomize experimental conditions or question orders, use survey flow to selectively display information to different participants, link-Qualtrics responses to MTurk responses/online recruitment responses, link different surveys, and export and clean Qualtrics data for use once collected. We will focus on exporting Qualtrics to Excel and SPSS in particular.

Learning Objectives:

By the end of this workshop, participants will be able to:

  1. Create and organize the flow of Questionnaires on Qualtrics 
  2. Link different surveys on Qualtrics 
  3. Connect Qualtrics responses to MTurk or other online recruitment responses .
  4. Download and clean raw Qualtrics data 
  5. Manage questionnaire flow and randomization within Qualtrics 

Instructor: Quinnehtukqut McLamore

Quinnehtukqut McLamore is a PhD Student in the Social division of the Psychology Department, with a concentration in the Psychology of Peace and Violence. Quinnehtukqut received their B.A. in Biology and Psychology from Bard College in 2016. Their current research interests center on conflict narratives, social justice, intractable conflicts, group-based reasoning and prejudice, competitive victimhood, conflict resolution, and how conflicts escalate into long-term cases to begin with. 

Questions? For more information about this or any of the ISSR Summer Methodology Workshops, please contact ISSR's Director of Research Methods Programs, Jessica Pearlman (jpearlman@issr.umass.edu).


REGISTRATION IS NOW CLOSED FOR THIS WORKSHOP.

Five College Students and Faculty

  • Five College Undergraduate and Graduate Students:  $75/person
  • Five College Faculty & Staff:  $125/person

Non-Five College Students and Faculty

  • Non-Five College Undergraduate and Graduate Students:  $150/person
  • Non-Five College Faculty, Staff & Other Professionals:  $200/person

Registration note: The Five Colleges include: UMass Amherst, Amherst College, Hampshire College, Mount Holyoke College, and Smith College. Registration closes for each workshop 2 full business days prior to the start date. Please note: payment of registration does not guarantee a spot in these space-limited workshops. You will receive an email confirming the names of workshops for which your registration has been accepted. If a workshop you have registered for is over-subscribed, you will be refunded and offered placement on a wait-list.. If paying with departmental funds or personal checks, contact Karen Mason (mason@issr.umass.edu).

Cancellation note: In cases where enrollment is 5 or less, we reserve the right to cancel the workshop.  In cases where the registrant cancels prior to the workshop, a full refund will be given with two weeks notice, and 50% refund will be given with one week notice.  We will not be able to refund in cases where registrant does not notify us of cancellation at least one week prior to the beginning date of the workshop.