2A. Web surveys and forms: Methodological and practical aspects- not held in 2016

Web surveys and forms: Methodological and practical aspects, Katja Lozar Manfreda and Nejc Berzelak, Faculty of Social Sciences

10 Day Course: 27 June to 6 July 2016, 10 ETCS

Participants will learn how to plan, design, and implement high-quality web surveys and web forms to obtain relevant and accurate data for various purposes. The course primarily focuses on methodological and practical aspects of web surveys. It will elaborate all stages of web survey implementation from a methodological and practical point of view. This will equip participants with the knowledge needed to avoid errors in web survey data collection and inference to the target population. Where applicable, the covered topics will be extended to basic data collection based on other types of online forms (e.g. registrations, obtaining a feedback from participants, users, etc.). The course will be conducted as a combination of lectures, hands-on lab sessions, and individual project work.

Katja Lozar Manfreda, PhD, is an assistant professor of statistics at the University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Social Sciences. She is one of the pioneers in the field of web survey methodology (since 1998, holds the first PhD on this topic from 2001) and part of the WebSM group, who is maintaining the largest information source on the methodology of web surveys, the websm.org, and develops the 1ka tool for web surveys. She has published on this topic (especially on web survey nonresponse, questionnaire design, mixed-mode surveys, software) in several scientific journals and with international book publishers. She is a co-author of a book Web Survey Methodology, recently published by Sage. She is an associate editor of the Survey Research Methods (ESRA) and member of the Scientific Committee of the Bulletin of Sociological Methodology (ISA-RC33).

Nejc Berzelak, PhD, is a researcher at the Faculty of Social Sciences, University of Ljubljana. He works in the field of survey methodology with a focus on development and implementation of web and mixed-mode surveys. The main topics of his research include questionnaire design, measurement errors, mode effects, and analysis of survey response process. He participates in several national and international research projects related to survey methodology and is regularly involved in practical implementation of large-scale web surveys. He also works as a methodological consultant for surveys conducted by academic, governmental, and private organisations. He is member of the team developing the 1ka tool for web surveys.

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