CSI participates in bilateral cooperation between the Republic of Slovenia and the State of Israel
In October 2018, the members of the Centre for the Social Informatics (CSI) at the University of Ljubljana (UL), Faculty of Social Sciences, started the implementation of the two-year bilateral project entitled "Digital transformation of quantitative data collection in social science research: Integrating survey data collection with big data and paradata for identifying online behaviour", which is co-financed by the Slovenian Research Agency. The project is implemented in the framework of scientific research cooperation between the Republic of Slovenia and the State of Israel. The project leader on the Slovenian side is Vasja Vehovar, Phd. On the Israeli side, a research group from the Samuel Neaman Institute for National Policy Research is included, which is led by Sheizaf Rafaeli, Phd.
The project addresses the augmentation and triangulation of digital trace data with survey data in order to better understand, explain and predict online user behaviour, including the web survey response process.
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