Dear Online Researcher,
for the General Online Research conference GOR 23 we are looking for workshop proposals.
GOR workshops take place on the day before the conference’s talks and presentations and are a great opportunity for conference attendees to learn about state of the art methods and applications in online research.
The GOR workshops aim at getting a hands-on experience with the latest tools (e.g., software or hardware), methods (e.g., data collection or analyses) and best practice (e.g., how to take advantage of recent developments).
The following topics are relevant for the GOR audience: online and mobile web surveys, data science, big data, smart data, political research, public opinion, political online communication, or online market research. Please note that the workshops are not the right place for plain sales presentations (although
workshops on commercial solutions are possible).
This year’s workshops will take place on September 20 (some in person and some online). Workshop duration should be 2.5 hours and language of instruction preferably English but German is possible for some workshops. As a token of appreciation, the conference fee for instructors will be waived.
Please submit your workshop outline by email to firstname.lastname@example.org and include the following information:
– target audience
– workshop description
– three course objectives
The deadline for workshop proposals is: 23 April 2023.
GOR is organized by the German Society for Online Research (DGOF, https://www.dgof.de/) since 1997. Each year more than 300 participants attend the conference to discuss current developments in online research and best practices for their work in industry and academia. With more than 100 presentations addressing various subtopics of online research, GOR provides intensive training and networking opportunities.
GOR 23 local partner and co-organizer: University of Kassel, Prof. Dr. Bettina Langfeldt
We look forward to receiving your workshop submission. Should you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact me.
Dr. Frederik Funke
on behalf of the program committee