References (cont.)

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● What type of data do you need?
● Selecting focus groups as a method
● Steps to using focus groups
● Resources Needed
● Types of questions
● Developing questions
● Sequence of questions
● Example Protocol
● Selecting Participants
● Facilitating focus groups
● Focus Groups: Establishing Rapport
● The “Dynamic” Element
● Ensuring rigor
● Analysis
● Debrief
● Reporting
● Focus Groups at the University of North Carolina Wilmington (UNCW): 4 Examples
● Example #1: Campus Entertainment Executive Board
● Campus Entertainment Executive Board
● Example #2: Student Veterans Organization
● Applying the Student Veterans
Focus Group Feedback
● Example #3: Follow-up to a Housing Benchmarking Survey
● Housing and Residence Life Focus Group Themes
● Example #4: New Staff Members’ Perspectives on Diversity
● The Benefits of Focus Groups in Mixed Methods Assessments
● Generating Interest, Participation, and Ownership in Focus Groups
● To Foster Greater Ownership:
Include the Students
● References
● References (cont.)

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adding focus groups to your assessment plan nathan lindsay november ۱۲ ۲ ۱۳ image taken from http tayloradams۴me.com tag online focus groups the assessment cycle ۱ develop or revise divisional departmental or program goals and outcomes ۴ identify develop and administer measure s ۵ review assessment results ۶ use results to inform decisions and practices provide evidence for student learning ۳ determine assessment method s ۲ provide learning experiences programs services activities classes etc. what type of data do you need quantitative focus on numbers numeric values easier to report and analyze can generalize to greater population with larger samples less influenced by social desirability can be less of a time commitment and less expensive qualitative focus on text narrative from respondents more depth robustness ability to capture elusive evidence of student learning and development specific sample selecting focus groups as a method pros understand perceptions beliefs or opinions of participants direct and indirect method more data in a shorter period of time members build off of each other’s ideas increased understanding of specific topic less expensive larger number of participants cons less useful when statistical data reports are needed group dynamics mix can be difficult to manage not generalizable time needed for training and analysis facilitation requires skill lack of control over discussion stage ۱۹۹۲ stage manning ۲ ۳ steps to using focus groups determine what type of focus groups will work best. determine how many focus groups you will conduct and select appropriate times and locations. write your script questions for the focus group sessions. select the students who will be invited to participate. conduct the focus group. debrief with other facilitators. compile the data. write the report. the assessment cycle ۱ develop or revise divisional departmental or program goals objectives and outcomes ۴ identify develop and administer measure s ۵ review assessment results ۶ use results to inform decisions and practices provide evidence for student learning ۳ determine assessment method s ۲ provide learning experiences programs services activities classes etc. resources needed staff one facilitator one note taker minimum facilities eye contact privacy no interruptions materials audio or video recorder recommended note taking materials e.g. paper pen laptop nametags consent form incentives time ۶ ۹ minutes for each session participants ۶ – ۱۲ per group rounds ۲ – ۵ until redundancy is reached krueger ۱۹۹۸b stage ۱۹۹۲ schuh upcraft associates ۲ ۱ vaughn schuman sinagub ۱۹۹۶ krueger ۱۹۹۸b noted that the typical number of focus groups is three to five. most importantly groups should be conducted until redundancy is reached or until nothing new is being learned schuh upcraft associates ۲ ۱ . most of the literature indicates that approximately six to twelve people is an appropriate size for a focus group vaughn schuman sinagub ۱۹۹۶ although more or fewer people may be ideal given the nature of the topic. types of questions experience and behavior questions how does your organization utilize the student center opinion and values questions why do you think the university should consider including a multipurpose space in the student center expansion why shouldn’t we feeling questions intro about inclusivity how do you feel when in the student center knowledge questions what student center resources are you aware of sensory environmental questions what do you see when you enter our student center background and demographic questions please tell us your name class year major and what student organizations you are associated with. developing questions be clear. avoid biased loaded or leading questions. avoid making significant memory demands. ask only one question at a time. keep the question short. don’t make assumptions. define terms and concepts. consider whether they will feel comfortable answering honestly. let participants admit they don’t know or can’t remember. no closed ended. the focus group protocol was designed to reduce researcher bias. the open ended nature of the questions was intended to minimize the imposition of predetermined responses when gathering data patton ۱۹۹ . furthermore the researchers posed clear questions posed singular rather than multiple part questions and attempted to use the language of the participants to establish rapport. at the conclusion of each focus group participants had the opportunity to meet with the researchers individually to discuss any additional thoughts ideas or experiences that they may not have felt comfortable sharing with the group. sequence of questions trust focus ice breakers safe questions opinions interpretations feelings knowledge questions logic focus introductory transition questions key questions summary questions kruger ۱۹۹۸ the focus group began with the facilitator explaining the reason for the focus group the guidelines and also introductions. issues of confidentiality were discussed and permission to tape the session was obtained from all participants. the facilitator utilized an open ended focus group protocol see appendix b . throughout the focus groups it was necessary to use follow up questions to explore unanticipated but relevant issues brought up by participants. the researchers followed kruger’s ۱۹۹۸ approach to question sequencing in that the focus group protocol began with an introductory question followed by a transitioning question that led to the key questions of the study. finally the protocol allowed for summary questions that allowed respondents to re state their positions. participants were also given the opportunity to provide any final comments. example protocol introductory questions please tell us your name your class year major and what student organizations you are associated with. how does your organization utilize the student center what are some of the reasons that students faculty and staff utilize the student center transition questions what are some events for which you would like to utilize the student center but don’t why don’t you utilize the student center key questions why do you think the university should consider including a multipurpose space in the student center expansion why shouldn’t the university consider including a multipurpose space in the student center expansion what would your organization use the multipurpose space for after providing operational definition of the multipurpose space what is missing from the definition are there other ways that your organization would utilize the space summary questions do you have any final comments selecting participants ۱. purposeful sampling demographics representative of population or targeted …

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