1. Identify your data collection method(s) e.g., survey, interview, observation, secondary data analysis, systematic literature review (SLR), why you chose it, and how your chosen approach will enable you to meet your objectives and answer your research question(s). Note that secondary data does not mean literature it means data collected by others. For example, exit interview data collected by your HR department or satisfaction surveys from guests. Explain your sample frame and sampling method; That is , how will your select study participants from the list of possible participants?
2. Write and submit the statement that you will use to inform your study participants about your study; be sure to include who is conducting it, its purpose (briefly), what they can expect if they do or do not participate. You may find the link to this article (Links to an external site.) useful even though it is geared toward clinical trials, parts of it are appropriate for our purposes too.
3. Don’t forget to FINISH your work on Write-n-Cite this week for 2 marks.
Learning Activity #3 (1)Learning Activity #3 (1)CriteriaRatingsPtsThis criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeData Collection RationaleIdentified your data collection method(s) and provided explanation why the method is appropriate for your study type and study objectives using references to the definitions of study type from the text or other reliable reference. Note that the entire questionnaire or instrument is not necessary here! Only your planned approach.3 to >0.0 ptsFull Marks0 ptsNo Marks3 pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeParticipant Protection/Study Disclosure Statement.Submitted the wording that will be used to inform participants about the study purpose and their rights and protections.2 to >0.0 ptsFull Marks0 ptsNo Marks2 pts
Total Points: 5