Cognitive Interviewing in Survey Research

This short course is designed to provide participants with fundamentals on how to design, conduct, and analyze cognitive interviews. Participants will have the opportunity to practice specific cognitive interviewing techniques, including think-alouds, probing, and observation. Participants will also learn about revising survey questions based on interpreting cognitive interview results. Contact Jill Stevens with questions

Systems Thinking Workshop

1301 McGavran-Greenberg Hall (Michel A. Ibrahim Seminar Room) McGavran-Greenberg Hall, Chapel Hill

Complex problems need complexity-aware methods. Systems Thinking, one such method, is a structured approach to learning about complex problems that engages diverse perspectives in developing visual representations of emerging understanding... Read more »

Systems Thinking Workshop

Complex problems need complexity-aware methods. Systems thinking, one such method, is a structured approach to learning about complex problems that engages diverse perspectives in developing visual representations of emerging understanding that can be tested and used as the foundation for planning action. In this workshop, participants will be introduced to systems thinking, learn how to... Read more »