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General Online Research 10
May 26-28, 2010
Pforzheim University 

Location Pforzheim

GOR 10: Presentations available

You can download the transparencies of this year's GOR via our Conftool. Registration and download are for free, you simply have to create an account. Then go to "Program", choose the session you want to have a look at, click "show downloads" and then you can easily save the files you are interested in.

GOR 10: Proceedings

If you are interested in the proceedings containing all abstracts and further information you will be able to download it here (PDF, 4,1 MB).

GOR 10: Winner of the poster award

Five authors have won the award with their poster "Developing and Evaluating a Student Online Panel": Barbara Stiglbauer, Manuela Gamsjäger, Timo Gnambs, Bernad Batinic, Herbert Altrichter (Johannes Kepler University Linz). The poster points out the pros and cons of developing (design of website, marketing and recruiting of young people) a youth online panel in contrast to common adult panels. It also outlines some preliminary results of the evaluation of the project regarding panel quality - and discusses challenges emerging when implementing an online panel for youth research such as recruitment of young people. The sponsor SensorPro congratulates the authors on the award.

GOR 10: The best practice award goes to... Porsche!

Martin Einhorn, Michael Löffler and Thomas Klein Reesink have won the Best Practice Award at GOR 10 in Pforzheim. Their paper "Media usage patterns of premium customers in the USA, Japan and Germany" convinced the jury and the audience. The "Best Practice Award" which goes to Dr. Ing. h.c. F. Porsche AG was sponsored by mo'web research. The live voting was sponsored by mobiTED.

The other five entries which also made the informative and enjoyable sessions possible came from: André Heimerl (VivaKi Services GmbH) and Stefan Schönherr (eye square GmbH); Thorsten Hoenen (VFL Gummersbach), Radu Immenroth and Vanessa Voß (Globalpark AG); Steffen Hück (HYVE) and Dag Piper (Symrise); Philipp Schokal and Dirk Hohm (Viessmann Werke GmbH & Co KG); Christina Stark (Endmark GmbH) and Tim Oesterlau (YouGovPsychonomics AG).

GOR 10: "Best Research Thesis Award"

Michael Opgenhaffen (University of Leuven) wins the DGOF Research Thesis Award with his thesis “Multimedia, Interactivity, and Hypertext in Online News: Effect on News Processing and Objective and Subjective Knowledge.” The award was conferred for the second time. By combining quantitative and qualitative research methods, the winning study examines how online news media make use of multimedia, interactive and hypertextual features and how these features affect news processing and news knowledge. 

GOR 10: Photos & flickr

Like last year we provide you with up-to-date photos. Have a look at our Flickr account.
We invite you to follow us on twitter and send us your tweets. Simply use the hashtag #gor10!

How to get to Pforzheim

Where does the conference take place? Should I take the train from the airport on? Where can I join the party? …. Answers for all your questions concerning your travel are to be found here.

GOR 10: Exhibition & sponsorship

As usual our exhibition offers you the possibility to present your organization. A new sponsorship concept was designed for GOR 10. Here you may find all information concerning the exhibition and the sponsorship:
Information for exhibitors and sponsors[PDF]
Exhibition zone [PDF]

GOR 10: Call for Papers

Please download the complete CfP here: CfP GOR 10 [PDF]
You can submit your papers via our Conftool.

GOR 09: Photo-Flashback

Who was there and what happened at GOR 09 in Vienna? Have a look via Flickr.





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