Open-ended Questions: Construction, Analysis & Reporting

A fun and practical course for anyone working with open-ended (OE) questions. Led by Instructor Janis Russell, students will complete this course able to tackle OE data from start to finish.

This course will meet once a week for 3 consecutive weeks, 90 minutes per session (4.5 hours of total course time). Be ready to get hands-on, as this course includes in-class demonstrations, and homework.

Open-ended questions are a great tool for researchers. And while the unstructured data they yield have great benefits, there are also some big challenges. To get the most of OE questions, the professional researcher must carefully construct questions, code (analyze) and report the data. In this course, students will learn manual and automated options, and a 6-step process to ensure adherence to best practices.

Per student fee includes 3 classes (90-minutes each), demonstrations, printable workbook, real-time Q&A, replay access for 60 days and completion certificate.

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Register anytime, attend anytime. Join our virtual classroom (see date options) or watch videos for a self-paced option

Class topics, instructor, dates and times subject to change. Instructor illness, inclement weather and other unexpected events may result in rescheduling.