Today, Dr. Fariza asked us to help each other by answering the links of questionnaire that had been posted at the Weebly forum as some of the groups happened to not reach the target at least 30 respondents. Then, Dr. Fariza showed to us the correct way of creating the online survey in which what is matter and what is not when she's evaluating the form. Third, since survey and has been completed, the next step in the survey process is to present the analysis and findings, which involves the creation of a research report. Hence, we then were told about the correct format of the report. And, she also emphasized to need to be very transparent on how the data was captured. For example, be specific on how it was delivered to the respondents - email invitation or social media. Also consider who and how many it was sent to, how the analysis was conducted and so on. Fourth, Dr. Fariza also shared with us about the hidden functions of Microsoft Word which are very useful in completing the survey report. It's good to know the existence of those things such as the Page Break, Headings,Table of Contents and Navigation Map. I would say that they are undoubtedly very handy and time-saving too. Therefore, the good thing is, we no longer need to use the traditional-lame methods that are not efficient enough. To say I was in awed is an understatement. Fifth, she dismissed the class earlier! That's absolutely the best part, right? 😂😂 Nahhh, just kidding. 😁😁
Last but not least, it’s finally the last week before mid-semester break, and it already feels like a lifetime! Assignments and tasks are piling up. Not to mention all the readings and tutorial questions to catch up on. But it’s the break. So take a break, peeps! 🙆🙆
Stream Made in the AM by One Direction on Spotify and you are good to go!
All the love - A.
All the love - A.