Event Details
Event Title An Introduction to Daily Life Methods: Daily Diary and Experience-Sampling Methods (Online)
Location Online (ZOOM)
Sponsor H.W. Odum Institute
Date/Time 11/10/2022 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Event Price
Cutoff Date 11/09/2022 Must register before this date
For more information, contact the event administrator: Jill Stevens jill_stevens@unc.edu
Event Presenters
Name Title  
Katherine Cotter PhD Researcher with the Humanities and Human Flourishing Project in the Positive Psychology Center at the University of Pennsylvania
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Daily life methods are a family of methods used to study what people do in their ordinary environments in their everyday lives through collecting data at least once a day for several days. Two common forms of daily life methods, daily diaries and experience sampling methods, will be emphasized in this course. In this course, the instructor will cover four topics:
1) What are daily life methods?;
2) What questions are best suited for daily life methods?;
3) How do I collect data using daily life methods?; and
4) How do I process and present data from daily life research?

This course will be interactive and present opportunities for attendees to start thinking about how to apply daily life methods to their own programs of research.
UNC - Chapel Hill