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Surveys as a Research Method: The Backbone of Quantitative Research is Within Your Organization's Reach


Additional Resources
 

At MetaConnects, we know that we are not the only ones who have built guides to help community members conduct solid survey research.  Here are a few other places online where you can get good information:
 

  • Colorado State - Surveys:
    This website provides a writing guide to conducting survey research. It also provides various links on conducting research through surveys.
  • eHow.com:
    This websites provides a step by step introduction to writing a survey questionnaire.
  • ESF-Agentschap:
    This is an in depth guide to conducting survey research.
  • University of Texas - Survey Types:
    A good outline on what types of surveys there are, how to plan your survey and brief survey data analysis.
  • AudienceDialogue.net:
    How to write a survey report.
  • University of Florida:
    How to analyze survey data.
  • UCLA Survey Research:
    Provides links to conducting survey data analysis, for beginners to advanced researchers.
  • University of Baltimore:
    The contents of this site are aimed at students who need to perform basic statistical analyses on data from sample surveys, especially those in marketing science.
  • Fairfax County Brochure:
    Informational brochure to create your own survey questionnaire design.
  • Purdue Owl:
    An introduction to conducting research surveys.


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