1. Create a survey of 5 questions with the following 5 level scale: Strongly Agree, Agree, Uncertain, Disagree, and Strongly Disagree. Your questions must revolve around your topic. Make sure the questions are generic and not personal. Post your survey for your peers.
2. Survey Research: Generally speaking, what are some advantages and disadvantages to doing survey research? Provide an example where the use of surveys (in-person, self report, etc) might be a good idea?3. Sampling. Describe how probability sampling techniques could provide samples more representative of a target population than simple random sampling. Illustrate your answer with a information technology example.4.What are the activities involved in conducting a qualitative research design (note read your textbook and complement with further research to address this question)?
5. What are the activities involved in conducting a quantitative research design (note read your textbook and complement with further research to address this question)?6. There are three very important elements to every research design that must be considered: Validity, Reliability, and Generalizability. What do these three terms mean and why are they so important? You SHOULD consider these when developing your own design.7. Summarize the IRB Student Research Policy.