Survey Research Lab (SRL)
The Survey Research Laboratory (SRL) at Kent State University exists to serve the research, teaching, and service needs of the University and the larger community. Its activities include: The execution of surveys for University faculty and students, public agencies, private foundations, and other interested groups; Consultation on all phases of survey research; Development of research design to maximize response quantity and quality; Development of a questionnaire design to meet the needs of the client’s objectives; Data collection through web-based surveys, computer-assisted telephone interviewing (CATI), or mail questionnaires; Ongoing data cleaning to ensure the highest quality of data; Assistance with analysis of survey data; Report development is additionally available; Development of a data archive for use in teaching and research .
Data Collection, Consultation, Research Design, Questionnaire Development, Sample Selection, Report Development, Data Archiving, Confidentiality, Supervision and Quality Control, and Data Backup.
Brian McDonald, 226 Merrill Hall
Kent State University
PO Box 5190
Kent, OH 44242-0001
Web Site: http://www.kent.edu/CAS/Sociology/resources/srl/