Video and Multimedia

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Data, data everywhere and not a number to teach!
Helps introduce students and non-quantitative faculty to evaluate data and presents an array of examples. (43:56)

Developing a Quantitative Research Plan: Choosing a Research Design
Gives an overview quantitative research designs, including correlational, experimental and causal-comparative. (46:11)

Demystifying the What Works Clearinghouse: A Webinar for Developers and Researchers
Describes the main features of the What Works Clearinghouse (WWC), the importance of standards in research, the WWC review process, discussions of quality and accuracy and resources. (56:18)

Bias & Validity Definition in Research Study Design
Describes the relationships of bias and validity, as well as how an ideal research study addresses these. (06:38)

Internal and External Validity
Describes the threats to internal and external validity in experimental research design. (32:53)

An Introduction to Secondary Data Analysis for Research on Children and Adolescents
Practical introduction to secondary data analysis, including the advantages and disadvantages of this type design, procedures and application through an example from a national database. (01:09:47)

Question types & piloting. Part 1 of 3 on Questionnaire Design
Lecture given to masters students about the types of data that can be gathered by questionnaires/surveys, categories of questions (closed-ended vs. open-ended) and the importance of survey piloting. (33:55)