Mar 07, 2018
Very clear and organised structure\n\nClear examples to support learning objectives\n\nAttractive use of voice\n\nOne point for improvement: Do not film while the lecturer is still refinding breath
May 19, 2019
Excelente curso, genera las herramientas necesarias para la recoleccion, transformacion, analisis e interpretacion de datos que requiero como principiante en este proceso
By Hayley H•
Oct 15, 2019
Interesting course. I liked the length of the videos. Parts of the quizzes were more about memorization than application, so I'm not sure how much that part of the course will stay with me. The material itself was helpful though.
By Dan L•
Dec 23, 2017
This was an interesting course. Week four was less exciting for me and I did not understand the quiz--why should I memorize what different survey components are? Overall, however, it was interesting and well delivered. Thank you.
By Jason M C•
May 01, 2016
A good overview of surveys and data collection methods. The Total Survey Error framework is good, but its application isn't shown as strongly as it should be. Regardless this is a good primer for future material.
By Jaiyon H•
Sep 19, 2016
I think this course gives the basic & important knowledge about survey and data collection. Some can feel the course boring. But I believe the important knowledge boring sometimes.
By Yusuf T•
Nov 20, 2018
This course is valuable to learn how to perform data collection, analysis and surveys. The topics are good. The contents can be revised again to easily understand.
By Nguyen N K C•
Jun 08, 2016
The deliver papers are great but slides are poor. In overall, a good course to begin learning about Data Collection and Analysis.
By Iyshia L•
Jun 20, 2018
I though it was a good background course, however, I wish initially (in week 1) there was more focus on definitions.
By George S•
Jun 10, 2016
An extremely thorough overview on overall survey design methodology.
By Nabaz K•
Oct 06, 2019
Easy to learn, overall Information with good and powerful examples
By Kelly A M•
Oct 11, 2017
I got a great overview of the material.
Nov 04, 2018
informative course for beginners
By RAMANANJATO R H•
Dec 15, 2017
Very good refere
By shaimaa m a•
Oct 16, 2017
i would say the course over all is good ,in module one and 2 the videos were not so good was too short and the readings were good but missed some points were mentioned in videos so i felt some kind of being lost in between
in modules 3 and 4 videos were great but readings were so boring actually
quizzes were nice
i hoped that readings were more organized and structured like detecting certain book and we stuck with it through the course
the best thing in my opinion about the course is the discussion section , it was so helpful too me and tease me to continue the course till the end
actually it was so interesting experience to me , waiting for the next courses and achievement
thank you a lot coursera world for this
By Ed P•
Mar 04, 2019
Overall this was a fine introduction. I would have liked a more rigorous approach to introducing and defining concepts. The last course on examples of surveys was pretty weak - with more work the instructor could have better linked the examples to concepts we had previously learned. Instead she just did a rote report out of the purpose, design, and potential issues. The slides had all the information she was going to share, she didn't add much value with her speaking.
By Anya V•
Jan 15, 2018
The materials are solid and well organized, however the instructor is extremely poor - speaks in round about and confusing way, misspeaks, yawns throughout the presentation, makes random emphasis and pauses throughout substances that are annoying and distracting and pull away attention from the substance. These videos need to be re-recorded, with a more effective instructor.
By Andrew A•
Jun 28, 2018
While the videos are a bit boring and the quiz questions could test a deeper understanding of the referenced material, the subject matter coverage is very good and draws on salient debates that show tradeoffs between surveys and big data. The literature provided was helpful and accessible.
By Courtney M•
Dec 15, 2017
It was ok. everyone has different tastes for lectures but I found her speech hard to follow. I probably wont continue. Also, I did not realize how it was really going to be all about surveys. Not what I was looking for. You can have data collection and analysis without surveys.
By Devin G•
Jul 07, 2017
It was a good overview of the subject, but now I am eager to learn more about survey design and analysis details. I don't anticipate working much with big data or administrative data, so those sections of the course were interesting, but not particularly pertinent to me.
Apr 22, 2018
The course teaching method was boring with low inappropriate tones and lack of enthusiasm. The attender could have the feeling the instructor was obliged to have the speaking and not to teach the content! (The instructor continuous swallowing were very disturbing)
By Cristina C•
Feb 20, 2020
It is the first time i give a low review to a Coursera course. I felt it was hard to follow the structure of the course. Quizzes questions were also hard to understand. I think it can be improved with much clearer instructions.
By Muhammad H•
Jun 08, 2017
The content is rather introductory, but for new comers, it is a little challenging trying to remember most of the different survey approaches adopted for the different surveys used in US.
By Eyad A K•
May 04, 2018
I have learned a lot of new and interesting things from this course. The content of the course however lacks practical and simple examples that are easily understandable by everyone.
By Suzanne M O•
Oct 16, 2019
Very basic overview. A nice course to set up the rest of the courses in this specialization on Survey Design and Analysis.
By AMINA I•
Jul 17, 2019
Most interesting aspect is the Quality Perspective : It provides a pictorial view of measurement and representation.
By Tony, O L H•
Dec 24, 2017
Quite a dry topic to listen through, but good coverage on formula, total error framework & global survey examples.