University of Michigan Offers Responsive Survey Design Series

Research in many domains includes collecting data from human beings, and surveys are a common method used to collect data. However, surveys face issues such as declining response rates and rising costs. Survey methodologists are at the forefront of identifying new methods to address these issues, including responsive survey design. This method has a record of controlling costs and limiting the risk of nonresponse bias across all types of surveys—large, small, web, telephone, etc.

The University of Michigan is offering an opportunity to learn about cutting-edge techniques through a series of one-day short courses beginning in July. The courses will be offered through the university’s Survey Research Center’s Summer Institute in Survey Research Techniques.

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