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Presentations Cyprus 2014

Karoly Pocsarovszky: "Big Data" or "big" data 

Andreas Constantinides: Privacy - preserving Indoor localization on Smartphones

Amparo Ballivián: Using mobile phones for high frequency survey data collection

Arnaud Wijnant - Marika de Bruijne: Defining web survey strategy in the era of mobile internet

Marika de Bruijne - Arnaud Wijnant: Mobile respondent, who are thou?

Andraz Petrovcic: Trends and Developments in the adoptions and use of mobile phones in everyday life 

Dag Gravem: Introducing mobile web questionnaires in a mixed-mode survey design: limitations and possibilities

Aigul Matletova: The grouping of items in Mobile Web Surveys

Robert Pinter: "I have opinion" - Introduction of a mobile/online hybrid panel research system

Danielle Toninelli - Ana Slavec: Mobile CATI: An overview of issues

Ray Poynter: Vision Critical, Deconstructing Mobile Research – From Agnostics to Zealots


 Presentations Iceland 2013

    • Mixed mode web surveys

     Marek Fuchs: Respondent survey mode choice

     Pamela Campanelli: The Questionnaire Design Pitfalls of Multiple Modes

     Michèle Ernst Staheli: Coverage, Representativity and Data Quality in Mixed Mode Surveys

     Kirstine Kolsrud & Knut Kalgraff Skjåk: Response bias in mixed mode self‐completion surveys

     Melanie Revilla: Comparing the quality estimates of single mode and mixed‐mode surveys

    • Multi-methods research

     Michael Eid: Analyzing multi-method data

     Bojana Lobe: How Children use the Internet: An Iterative Multi Method Approach

    • Webdatanet Seminars

     Clemens Grünwald: Legal and ethical implicationsin online research and social media (short version)

     Ioannis Andreadis:Helpme vote application

     Prassana Lal Das: The demand side of web data. Worldbank

    • Webdatanet presentations 

     Pablo de Pedraza: Webdatanet updates presentation

     New MC members: Mirjana Ivanovic (Serbia)Mateusz Stopa (Poland) 

     Konstantinos Tsagarakis: Establishement of WEBDATA Journal

     ElaOren STSM: Systemic Functional Linguistics Training 

     Robert Pinter: Mapping Mobile Research ‐ First Findings

     Silvia Biffignandi: PAADEL Panels - Approaches and experiments

    • TF25: Web Data, Digital Data and Applied Economics Presentations

     Nikos Askitas: Big (meta) data is long and wide the biggest deal there is

     Concha Artola "Tracking the future in the web: construction of indicators using internet searches. Tourist     inflows and auto sales in Spain"

     Prasanna Lal Das: The demand side of data for development

     Kea Tijdens & Stephanie Steinmetz: The WageIndicator Web Survey: Global Scale, Local Foci, Personalized Tools

     Nicoletta Fornara: Regulating the extraction of data from non-reactive web data

     Muriel Foulonneau: Open Science : Web Data Collection and Data Curation Challenges

     Luis Miguel Varela: Complex geographical economic systems and networks: themes from the 
Action IS1104

     Marcel Ausloos: Agent Based Model Simulating the Competition of Companies in a Heterogeneous Regional Landscape with Economic, Social and Political Constraints: An approach within the COST Action IS1104

     Roberto Basile: COST IS1104 Topics and Tools: Simulating the effects of the European economic integration on the spatial agglomeration of economic activity

     Clemens Grünwald: Legal and ethical implications in online research and social media

     Can timestamp analyses show the bottlenecks in web surveys? - Ioannis Andreadis

     Data and Survey Manager, WageIndicator Bratislava - Brian Fabo

     Positive effects of media coverage on German WageIndicator response rate: results from the German  WageIndicator - Fikret Öz

     Wage differences between the WageIndicator Mini- and Standard survey - Tomáš Mamrilla

     Instant feedback reports to individual surveys - Tomáš Mamrilla

     Measuring wages in the WageIndicator: a cross-national analysis of item non-response - Stephanie  Steinmetz & Annamaria Bianchi

     Studying life satisfaction determinants of Brazilian workers using Wage Indicator Data - Martin Guzi &  Pablo de Pedraza

 Presentations Computer-assisted measurement and coding of education in  surveys (CAMCES) preparatory workshop

     Alison Kennedy: International Standard Classification of Education (ISCED) 2011

     Anna-Elisabeth Thum: Education levels in demand and supply: analysing job portal data with EURES

     Dorothée Behr: CICOM 1 & CICOM 2: Web probing in cross-national web surveys: On the use of cognitive probes to assess item equivalence

     Eric Harrison:(Semi-) Automated Coding of Occupations in European Surveys: Some Problems and Some Progress

     Kea Tijdens: Measuring educational attainment in the WageIndicator Web Survey

     Marucie Martens: Coding: experiments and tools

     Silke Schneider: Computer-assisted measurement and coding of educational qualifications in surveys (CAMCES)

     Silke Schneider: CAMCES: Work packages, time schedule and challenges

     Silke Schneider: ISCED in the ESS

     Simone Bartsch: Education measurement in the migration sample of the SOEP

     Verena Ortmanns: Challenging Harmonisation – Measuring Educational Attainment in Different Surveys

 Presentations Mannheim, 2013 

     Rocío Martínez - Data Extraction, Modeling And Applications In E-Social Sciences

     Francisco Serrano - Analysis of coverage bias in web surveys for the general population in Spain

     Robert Pinter - Introduction Of Tf19: Mobile Research

     Ioannis Andreadis - Checking data quality with paradata

     Paulien Osse & Brian Fabo - Share & Compare: How WageIndiator Foundation Employs Technological  Innovation to Combine Data Collection with Increasing Labour Market Transparency

     Marcin Kozak - Fitting into Webdatanet

     Nicoletta Fornara - Non-reactive data collection by using normative systems and Semantic Web Technologies

     Dóra Horváth, Nóra Nyirő and Tamas Csordás - Corvinus University of Budapest, Institute of Marketing and Media Department of Media, Marketing Communications and Telecommunications

     Petroula Mavrikiou - Frederick University Cyprus

     Chris Zimmerman - WEBDATANET Online Presence Website Improvements & Social Media Platforms

  1. Edith D. de Leeuw - Online Surveys: Past, Present and Future
  2. Niels Ole Finnemann - Webbased Data Collection – A Jungle becoming a Field or a Field becoming a Jungle?
  3. Laurent Lesnard (Sciences Po) - DIME-SHS
  4. Marcel Hebing - E-dater, Artificial Actors and German Households
  5. Nicoletta Fornara - Non-reactive data collection by using normative systems and Semantic Web Technologies
  6. Muriel Foulonneau - Collecting information with Knowledge technologies
  7. G. Gross, A. Birgegård & S. Zipfel1 - German Web-based Registry for Eating Disorders
  8. Irene van Beveren - Global Data Collecting
  9. Katja Lozar Manfreda - Current Projects at University of Ljubljana
  10. Knut Kalgraff Skjåk, Kirstine Kolsrud - Experiences with mixed mode mail & web-enquêtes in probability samples with known individuals
  13. Michèle Ernst Stähli - Data collection by WEB for high quality general social surveys in Switzerland: Why and How?
  14. Boris Mlačić, Goran Milas, Igor Mikloušić - BUILDING ONLINE COMMUNITIES
  15. Lars Kaczmirek, Timo Lenzner - Online Research @ GESIS
  16. POLAT- CIS - Online panel survey Change and stability of political attitudes
  17. Fanney Thorsdottir - The optimal number of response options in internet panel surveys
  18. Rachel Gibson and Marta Cantijoch - The Internet, Electoral Politics and Citizen Participation in Global Perspective
  19. Ravi Vatrapu - On Affordances and Technological Intersubjectivity
  20. Ana Slavec, Vasja Vehovar, Nejc Berzelak and Katja Lozar Manfreda - Web survey software
  21. Martin Guzi & Pablo de Pedraza - International Economics, Labour markets and Web Surveys Qualities
  22. Ernest Cachia & Patrick Camilleri - A Methodological Inference towards the Quantification of Technological Frames
  23. Frederik Funke - Web-based rating scales - HTML 5 and other innovations

ESSnet Workshop Data Warehouse

Tijdens, K.G. Text string matching to measure occupations in web-surveys, 2nd ESSnet Workshop Data Warehouse, 22 and 23 September 2011, Luxembourg.

European Conference on Psychological Assessment (ECPA), September 2011, Riga

Reips, U.-D., 01.09.11, Internet-based assessment: Challenges and solutions. Invited Symposium “Online Assessment”, 11th European Conference on Psychological Assessment (ECPA 2011), 31 August - 3 September 2011, Riga, Latvia.

RDW ILO Coference July 2011, Geneva

Tijdens, K.G., 2011, 08-Jul-11, Wages worldwide results and measurement issues from the multi-country WageIndicator web-survey, Geneva, SW, ILO, Paper presented at the ILO-RDW Conference 2011 Session 1.8.

Tijdens, K.G., 2011, 08-Jul-11, HRH Remuneration: Comparing Wage Levels, Ranking and Dispersion of 16 Occupations in the Health Workforce in 20 Countries, Geneva, SW, ILO, Paper presented at the ILO-RDW Conference 2011 Session 1.8.