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Survey Analysis

Duration: 1 hour 15 minutes

Facilitator: Cree Whelshula

Presenter: Jim Myers

Breakout Room Monitors: Cree Whelshula, Maria Griffin, Brandon Smith, Tom Dineen, Jim Myers

Description: In groups of 5, taking a look at 29 survey results from a language grammar workshop. Data from both rating and open-ended text needs to be extracted and input into visuals such as graphs/charts/word clouds. This is a role-playing activity.  Each group will decide what these survey results are intended for.  Examples include: future funding, grant reporting, community outreach, council updates, etc.

Materials: The survey responses are provided in hard copy as part of your convening in a box, and in soft copy on the USB drive as well as below for download.

Directions: Each group will decide individual member’s roles (facilitation, note taking, designing visuals, creating word clouds, etc.). Each group will determine a hypothetical purpose of the survey and how they will be presenting out to group.  

Groups: 28 NLCC registrants. 5 rooms with 5 to 6 per room.

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Resources

Here is a screen casting for survey analysis recommendations. Watch this video to help you prepare for the survey analysis breakout session.

Glossary

Convening in a Box: registrants will receive a box with hard copies of select agenda items, a USB drive that contains soft copies of all meeting materials, and other items.

Hard copy: documents printed on paper.

Soft copy: documents that are in electronic formats such as Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel, or Adobe PDF.