Module 7 quiz
You are now at the end of the Developing data collection methods module. The following assessment will test your knowledge from the module. There is not a pass mark needed to continue with the course, however, the final assessment at the end of the course will require a pass-mark.
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1. True or false: Poor quality data collection tools can lead to findings and conclusions which may by low in validity.CorrectIncorrect
2. Match the type of question with their description
- Ask about how thinga are now. The same person will complete the same question at set intervals over a fixed period of time.
- Ask questions which involve the participants reflecting back over a period of time to report whether anything has changed in this period.
- Respondents have flexability over how they respond. These types of questions generate qualitative data.
- Respondents are given a restricted list of options to choose from. These could include questions on a Likert scale.
3. When creating a scale to collect your data you should: (Please select all that apply)CorrectIncorrect
4. Which of the following data collection methods would probes and promts be used?CorrectIncorrect
5. Is the following a leading question?: You liked the way our product looked, didn’t you?CorrectIncorrect
6. Fill in the blank relating to considerations when developing questions
When creating questions, it is best to keep wording as (general/political/neutral) as possible and not include adjectives that introduce emotion into the question.
7. Fill in the blank relating to considerations when developing questions
A closed question could be (leading/generalised/specific) if it uses an unbalanced response scale that includes a higher number of positive or negative questions that could influence the respondents answers towards the responses with the higher proportion of options.
8. True or false: Validy refers to how replicable your results are (the same results can be found repeatedly).CorrectIncorrect
9. Match the type of validity with its description
- Explores the extent to which the questions within your tool measures what you intend it to. measure.
- Looks at whether questions measure of all aspects of the concept being measured.
- Refers to how suitable the content of the tool (the questions) seems to be on the surface in an informal and slightly subjective way.