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Section B: Methodology

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5.0 Methodology

Section A: Project Introduction

Section C: Project Results and Findings

Appendices


5.0 Methodology

5.1 Sampling Design

Student Population By Faculty

Full Time

Student Status

Applied Health Sciences

Arts

Engineering

Environmental Studies

Independant Studies

Math

Science

Graduates

81

328

432

131

0

214

332

UnderGraduates

1,147

3,832

3,241

1,202

31

2,862

2,499

Totals

1,228

4,160

3,673

1,333

31

3,076

2,831

Part Time

Student Status

Applied Health

Sciences

Arts

Engineering

Environmental

Studies

Independent

Studies

Math

Science

Graduates

30

39

103

33

0

31

33

Under Graduates

176

3333

212

309

5

300

943

Total

206

3372

315

342

5

331

976

5.1.1 Randomization and Sample Design

5.2 Selection of Staff, Students, and Faculty

5.3 The Survey

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5.3.1 Coding the Survey

5.4 Criteria for Choosing the Survey Questions

5.5 Criteria to Evaluate the System

5.6 Data Collection

5.7 Trouble Shooting

5.7.1 Before Data Collection:

5.7.2 During Data Collection

5.7.3 Population Sampling Problems

5.8 What We Would Have Done Differently

5.8.1 Survey Weaknesses

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Project Abstract

Section A: Project Introduction

Section C: Project Results and Findings

Appendices

Last Update: April 17, 1997 rjh