UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN River Falls
In February 2014, the Wisconsin Education Act 31 (1989/1991) Survey Committee conducted Wisconsin school administrator and teacher online surveys to determine how state and tribal agencies can help provide information, training, and technical assistance to school districts in teaching about Wisconsin American Indian sovereign nations.
The purpose of this study was to learn more about cooperatives' role in economic and community development programs in communities throughout Wisconsin and Minnesota.
The purpose of this study was to gather opinions about the need for and willingness to pay for the various events/programs that might be offered at the redeveloped Fort Atkinson Club. The survey consisted of two versions. The first version was designed to assess potential use of the Fort Atkinson Club by businesses and organizations. The second version assessed personal/family use of the Club. Both surveys were administered online via Qualtrics survey software.
In May 2012, students at the Rice Lake and New Richmond campuses of Wisconsin Indianhead Technical College and the University of Wisconsin-Barron County campus were invited to participate in an online survey on the topic of financial literacy. The purpose of this study was to learn about current money management practices and to assess interest among students at Rice Lake and New Richmond campuses of Wisconsin Indianhead Technical College (WITC) and the University of Wisconsin-Barron County with respect to offerings on personal finance issues and financial literacy.
The purposes of this statewide survey were to:
The purpose of this study was to gain a better understanding of how middle school students and their parents are using technologies and what programs citizens of Wisconsin might need with respect to these technologies.
The purpose of this study was to assess the impacts of the professional development workshops offered by the Conflict Education Team for UW-Extension educators.
The Survey Research Center conducted a series of focus group sessions at the request of a team of University of Wisconsin-Extension faculty from the Western and Northern Districts. The purpose of the focus groups was to be a source of input for a research project designed to develop a curriculum to help students and their families make the transition from high school to college.