1. Which of the following categories best describes your main motivation in attending this webinar?

2. Have you completed formal course work in quantitative data analysis?

3. Given your training and knowledge of quantitative research methodologies, how would you rate the level of instruction of the webinar?

4. Overall, how would you rate the quality of the January 25th, 2013 SSRC Eurasia Program Webinar, "Collecting and Interpreting Retrospective Survey Data"?

  Very Poor Average Excellent
Overall Quality

5. In your opinion, how informative were the discussions of the following individual themes?

  Not At All Helpful Average Extremely Helpful
Cognitive issues in retrospective recall.
Retrospective data in post-Soviet context.
Life history calendar vs. standard questionnaire design..
Resources for statistical methods for analyzing retrospective data.

6. Note the response that best reflects your level of agreement with the following statements related to the webinar, "Collecting and Interpreting Retrospective Survey Data."

  Strongly Disagree Neutral Strongly Agree N/A
Generally, I found the level of the discussion easy to follow.
The discussion confirmed much of what I already knew about the topic.
The discussion provided new information concerning the topic.
The panelist was informative.
The presentation was engaging.
The webinar increased the likelihood I will use secondary retrospective data.
The webinar increased the likelihood I will collect original retrospective data.

7. Please give your assessment of the Question and Answer section of the webinar.

  Strongly Disagree Neutral Strongly Agree
The questions posed were answered clearly.
The questions enhanced the discussion.
The issues raised in Q/A increased the usefulness of the webinar.

8. The SSRC Eurasia Program plans to offer 2 additional webinars on issues in quantitative methods in Eurasian studies this spring. Would you be interested in attending a webinar on the following topics?

  Yes No
Fundamentals of designing survey questionnaires
Asking sensitive questions in standardized surveys
Cross-cultural issues in designing questionnaires and interpreting responses
Collaboration and quality control in designing and fielding surveys
Embedded experiments in surveys
Survey non-response: causes and solutions.
Causal modeling with observational data
Strategies for writing grant proposals to support survey research

9. Please suggest any other topics you would like us to cover in future webinars.

10. Which category best reflects your primary area of training?

11. Which of the following countries are central to your current research interests? (more than one response is allowed)

12. Which of the following themes are central to your current research? (more than one response is allowed)