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Launch of project “Evaluating probability and nonprobability online panels”
31. December 2021 | News
The project entitled “Evaluating probability and nonprobability online panels” was launched by Centre for Social Informatics (CSI) in September 2021. The project is financed by the Slovenian Research Agency (ARRS) for the period of three years and is classified as a basic project. The leader of the project is prof. Vasja Vehovar, PhD.
Workshop on mixed-mode surveys 2021
09. December 2021 | News
The University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Social Sciences, Centre for Social Informatics (CSI), held its traditional workshop on mixed-mode surveys on 1 December 2021. The event was attended by colleagues from CSI, the Public Opinion and Mass Communication Research Centre of UL FSS, the Statistical Office of the Republic of Slovenia and the National Institute of Public Health to share insights in the field of online and mixed surveys. The event was organised and moderated by Prof. Dr. Vasja Vehovar.
Launch of project “Probability web panels in national statistics for persons and households”
01. December 2021 | News
The project entitled “Probability web panels in national statistics for persons and households” was launched by Centre for Social Informatics (CSI) in September 2021. The project is funded by the Slovenian Research Agency (ARRS) for the period of two years and is classified as a target research project. The leader of the project is prof. Vasja Vehovar, PhD.
Invitation to the Webinar: Click off Cyber Violence
17. November 2021 | News
We have a pleasure of inviting you to the virtual High-level Webinar BUILDING SAFE DIGITAL SPACES FOR WOMEN AND GIRLS – CLICK OFF CYBER VIOLENCE! The seminar will take place on Thursday, 25 November 2021, 10.00 –12.30 CET.
Presentation of a research paper on the AoIR virtual conference
22. October 2021 | News
Members of the Centre for Social Informatics (Jošt Bartol, Dr. Vasja Vehovar and Dr. Andraž Petrovčič) participated in the virtual conference of the Association for Internet Researchers (AoIR), which took place from 12 to 15 October. They presented an original contribution titled “The quality of survey scales for measuring information privacy concerns on social network sites”.
ITHACA Project Final Conference
20. October 2021 | News
The final conference of ITHACA project in September 2021 marked the end of the five-year Interreg Europe project. Five years ago, partners from nine regions in Europe set out to adapt their health and care policies and find new solutions to support active and healthy aging for the growing population of older adults.
Erasmus+ workshop on teachers competence about cyber violence against girls
29. September 2021 | News
As part of the Erasmus+ project “Building Teachers’ Competence about Cyber Violence against Girls”, we organized a multiplier event — a workshop with teachers and other educational professionals. The event took place at University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Social Sciences on 24th of September 2021.
Presentation of research results at the GOR 21 conference
24. September 2021 | News
Researchers from the Centre for Social Informatics (CSI) participated in a virtual conference of the General Online Research association. At the conference, they presented the results of a study examining how trust in surveyors about proper handling of submitted photos and risk beliefs related to submitting photos impact the willingness to submit photos in mobile surveys.
CSI members presented a paper at the ESA 2021 conference
08. September 2021 | News
The CSI research group and dr. Bianca C. Reisdorf attended the 15th Conference of the European Sociological Association, “Sociological Knowledges for Alternative Futures”, which took place from 31 August to 3 September 2021, with an original presentation “Does Proxy Internet Use Foster Digital Inclusion?: How Internet Skills Affect Engagement in Proxy Use, Internet Uses and Outcomes”.
Successful ending of the international project i-evAALution
01. September 2021 | News
On 31 March 2021, we completed the international research and development project i-evAALution. The intervention study in four countries (Austria, Slovenia, Italy and the Netherlands) took place largely at the time of the Covid-19 pandemic, which had an impact on the research process and results of the study. Nevertheless, we were able to recruit 303 older people and 202 relatives to participate.