Workshops during the German Online Research 04

There will be tutorial workshops covering key methods and topics of internet research. These will be held by qualified researchers and practitioners. The workshops will take place the day commencing the GOR conference (March 29, 2004) as well as during the conference without overlapping with the presentations.

Participation in workshops is not free of charge and the number of participants will be restricted. Registered visitors of the conference have priority.

At the moment, the German Society for Online Research is busy organizing the following workshops:

workshop subject
workshop organizer
On-line Experimenting, from planning stage
to logfile analysis: Basic concepts, software,
techniques, and insider tricks
Dr. Ulf-Dietrich Reips
(University of Zuerich)
Non-Reactive Methods of
Data Collection on the Internet:
Techniques, Software, and
Applications for Researchers and Users
Dr. Dietmar Janetzko
(University of Freiburg)
The Analysis of Online Groups:
Topics, findings, techniques, and applications
Dr. Nicola Doering
(Technical University
of Ilmenau)
The Analysis of Social Networks
in the field of Internet Research:
Subjects, Techniques, and Applications
Dr. Christian Stegbauer (University of Frankfurt)
Online Employee Surveys
Holger Geißler
(Psychonomics GmbH)
How the Visual Layout of Questions Influences Answers to Web and Other Self-Administered Surveys
Prof. Don Dillman
(Washington State University)

More information about the details of the workshops, fees, organizers, and opportunities for registration will be posted on this site in the near future.

For inquiries about the workshop program please contact

Dr. Uwe Matzat
Sociology Section, Department of Technology Management,
Eindhoven University of Technology, The Netherlands,


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