Learn more about Constructing Surveys
Here are examples of surveys that have previously been used to evaluate different programs:
- Program Evaluation Survey
- 4-H Public Speaking Survey
- Community Partner Survey
- Community Profile Survey
- Faculty Survey
- Parent Survey
One alternative type of survey or questionnaire is a Focus Group.
Focus groups are a variation of face-to-face surveys in which the interviewer asks the question to a whole group instead of one individual. Both survey questions, and intensive interview questions are asked.
Intensive Interviews are another type of questionnaire.
Intensive interviews are a type of questionnaire in which the interviewer asks face-to-face open-ended questions to one individual.
Here are examples of indices that could be used when writing surveys:
- Almost Never-Almost Always Scale
- Not Important-Very Important Scale
- Strongly Disagree-Strongly Agree Scale
- Never-Always Scale
- Not Probable-Very Probable Scale
- Number Scale
- Strongly Dissatisfied-Strongly Satisfied Scale
- Very Unlikely-Very Likely Scale
- Poor-Excellent Scale