The February session continues to look at the different ways to collect data for educational research and in March we move on to analysing quantative data. Later sessions will look at analysing qualitative data and writing for publication:
Data Collection Workshops: questionnaires
Tuesday 12th February, 12 noon - 2 pm
This session is aimed at anyone new to or wanting to improve their questionnaire writing skills. In this workshop we will explore:
• What makes a good questionnaire
• The different types of questions you can ask in a questionnaire
• How to identify underpinning assumptions and bias in questions.
You will also write questions for a questionnaire, which can be based on your own work or examples supplied.
With - Dr Ellayne Fowler & Dr Liz Anderson
Data Analysis Workshops: quantative
Wednesday 27th March, 12 noon - 2 pm
This session is aimed at anyone who wants to collect or has collected quantitative data on education and wants to identify how best to analyse it.
In this workshop we will explore:
• Descriptive statistics and likert scales
• Introduction to statistical tests
With - Dr Linda Hollén
Book your places now through the links provided for each event or by visiting the CHSE website events page for the listings for the remainder of the academic year. (Places are free but booking is required for space management). Staff are welcome to bring their own cold food for lunch and tea/ coffee will be provided. CPD attendance certificates can also be provided for the sessions. You can view information about events that have been previously run in Blackboard as we build up a library of material relevant to education in the Faculty of Health Sciences.