Validating instruments in mis research
To examine content validity, the researcher should consult two to three experts.
Phase three is quantitative evaluation and includes administration of a pilot study to a representative sample.
The first phase is planning and the first step of planning includes identifying the purpose of the test and the target group.
In this step, the researcher should identify the purpose of the test, specify the content area to be studied, and identify the target group.
Each phase consists of several steps that must be taken to fully satisfy the requirements for fulfilling a phase.
During these sessions, students can ask questions about research design, population and sampling, instrumentation, data collection, operationalizing variables, building research questions, planning data analysis, calculating sample size, study limitations, and validity.