Skip to main content

Copy the text below to embed this resource

The Center for Survey Research at IU and recent advances in survey methods
Date
2010-01-22 (Creation date: 2010-01-22)
Main contributor
John Kennedy
Summary
The Center for Survey Research at Indiana University (CSR) is a medium-sized academic organization that focuses on academic and policy research. The CSR is a nationally recognized Center that has a strong reputation for technological knowledge, methodological innovation, and data quality. The CSR has been a leader in the use of web technology for survey processes. John will discuss the role of the CSR here at IU, address recent advances in survey methods, and answer questions you may have about both.
Publisher
IU Workshop in Methods
Collection
Workshop in Methods
Unit
Social Science Research Commons
Notes

Performers

John Kennedy has directed the IU Center for Survey Research since 1987. He received his PhD in sociology from Penn State. He has worked for the Census Bureau (including the American Housing Survey and the 1980 decennial census) and is also currently the associate chair of the IUB IRB, chairs the IUB research integrity committee, and is Adjunct Associate Professor of Sociology.