Web Survey Bibliography
Student satisfaction surveys are a key source of input to university enrollment management and quality improvement efforts. Maximizing response rates and collecting high quality data in these surveys are priorities for university administrators. One of the key design decisions in student surveys is mode of administration, with many arguing that web surveys are particularly appropriate for this population. This paper presents results of a randomized experiment comparing telephone (sample n = 1,967) and web-based (n = 1,966) administrations of surveys to freshmen, sophomores, and juniors at the
Web Survey Bibliography - Musa, D. (3)
- Nonresponse and Mode Effects in a Two-wave Randomized Mode Experiment; 2012; Beach, S., Musa, D.
- Telephone Status, Attitudes toward Participation in Future Surveys, and Willingness to Join a Local...; 2012; Beach, S., Musa, D.
- Mode Effects and Non-Response Bias in an Undergraduate Student Satisfaction Survey: Results from a Randomized...; 2008; Beach, S., Musa, D., Beeson, P., Sparks, C.