The Deutsche Gesellschaft für Online-Forschung – DGOF e.V. (German Society for Online Research), in consultation with the local event partner HTW Berlin, has decided to postpone General Online Research 2022 (GOR 22) to September 2022. Originally, the conference was scheduled to take place on site at HTW Berlin from 16 to 18 March 2022.
This decision was made by the DGOF board in view of the rapidly increasing incidence of Covid-19, the rapidly spreading Omicron variant and the associated uncertainties regarding travel, access and number of participants. The exact date for GOR 22 in September has not yet been set, but will be announced by the DGOF office as soon as possible.
“We do not want to organise an online GOR next year, but look forward to meeting in person. Nevertheless, the safety of our participants must remain a priority and we currently see no way to guarantee this for March. We regret the inconvenience this postponement will mean for all participants,” says DGOF Board Chairman Dr Otto Hellwig.
The General Online Research Conference (GOR) of the German Society for Online Research e.V. (DGOF) will take place for the 24th time in 2022. The aim of the conference is to discuss and analyse innovations and developments in online research. GOR 22 takes place in cooperation with HTW Berlin.
The German Society for Online Research (DGOF) has extended the submission deadline for the General Online Research GOR 22 conference tracks until Sunday, 28 November 2021 11.59 p.m. The new deadline applies to submissions for Online and Mobile Survey Research (Track A), Data Science: From Big Data to Smart Data (Track B) and Politics, Public Opinion & Communication (Track C), as well as for the GOR Thesis Award 202 competition.
Submissions for the GOR Best Practice Award 2022 competition are still open until 12 December 2021. Submissions in this section deal with the concrete use of online research methods in business practice. Proposals for posters and the GOR Poster Award 2022 as well as for the Track D session “Innovation in Practice” can also be submitted until 25 January 2022.
Submissions have to be handed in via ConfTool.
We invite you to submit a contribution to the session “Innovation in Practice” at GOR 22. Relevant are case studies and innovative developments from practice in areas such as ResearchTech, insight platforms, artificial intelligence, text analytics, automation or neuromarketing, as well as other new methodological approaches related to online research.
In order to provide an overview of relevant news in exciting sessions, we have decided on sessions with 3-4 presentations of 10 minutes each, followed by 5 minutes of Q & A. Presentations can be in German or in English.
We are looking forward to inspiring, exciting proposals.
Submit your abstract (max. 1 page) via email until 25 January 2022!
The German Society for Online Research (DGOF) has been awarding the GOR Best Practice Award since 2008. DGOF has been presenting the GOR Best Practice Award at its annual General Online Research Conference (GOR) since 2008.
At the upcoming GOR 22, which will take place from 16 – 18 March 2022 at HTW Berlin, contributions that deal with the concrete use of online research methods in business practice will again be awarded. Projects will be presented in which online market research methods have been successfully used in companies. Especially new and innovative methods, such as virtual reality, internet-of-things, measurement of biometric data and research with wearables, are welcome. The best study will be awarded with the GOR Best Practice Award 2022.
The winners will be chosen by the GOR Best Practice jury and the audience. The audience will vote online directly after the Best Practice session at the conference.
GOR 22 offers a good opportunity to present your own ideas and concepts and to discuss them with an international audience of online researchers from academia and practice. Submissions for the GOR Best Practice Award 2022 are open until 12 December 2021.
Please find the Call for Papers (in German only) here.
The GOR 21 YouTube Playlist is now online and ready to explore! If you haven’t been to GOR 21 or if you weren’t able to catch all the presentations, you can now (re)watch them on our YouTube Channel, as many speakers have given their consent to make their videos public.
The whole playlist is awailable here.