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AAPOR Webinar Package FAQs

If I purchased the webinar package do I need to register for each individual webinar?
No. If you purchased the package, you are automatically registered for the live webinar and will receive access to the recording for each.
How do I know my purchase went through?
You will receive a confirmation receipt identifying the package has been purchased.
If I didn’t purchase the package at the time of my dues payment, can I still purchase it?
Yes. You can purchase it here: https://register.aapor.org/subscription.aspx?id=WEBINAR_PKG
When will I get the login instructions?
The login instructions will be emailed to you two (2) days prior, the day before, and just prior to the webinar.
Can I share the live webinar or the recording with my colleagues?
No. However, you can set up the live webinar or the recording in a conference room for your colleagues to view with you. You are not allowed to forward the login information.
Can I get a refund for a webinar if I purchased it in addition to the package?
Yes, you can. Please contact the office to confirm you have purchased both and they will start the refund process.
When will the recordings be available and how do I access them?
We will email you approximately one week after the live webinar with instructions on how to access the recording. You will have indefinite access to them.

Here are the 2018 Webinars:
Topic Presenter Month
Distinguished Lecture: Challenges and Opportunities for Federal Statistics John Thompson Jan
A Practical Guide for Surveys Based on Nonprobability Samples Mansour Fahimi, Frances Barlas, Randall Thomas Feb
Combining Probability and Nonprobability Samples Mansour Fahimi, Frances Barlas Mar
Behind the Curtain: AAPOR Committees, Volunteering, and Leadership Opportunities TBD May
Current Developments in Cognitive Testing of Survey Questions Gordon Willis June
PAPOR Chapter Spotlight Webinar: Public Opinion of the Affordable Care Act: A Deeply Loved/Hated Law Mollyann Brodie July
Visualizing Survey Data using R Brady West Aug
The Data Collection Methodology for the 2020 Census Mike Bentley Sept
Visual Design and Layout in Self-Administered Surveys Jolene Smyth Sept
Quality Risk Profiles for Unified Survey/Big Data and Their Applications Paul Biemer Oct
Evaluating and Reducing Biases in Mixed Mode Survey Data Thomas Klausch, Barry Schouten Nov

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