Web Survey Bibliography
Advancement in mobile technology offers survey researchers a new set of tools for collecting information on how people spend their time. The increasing popularity of social media platforms such as Facebook, Twitter, etc., promotes an online medium for the general public to share their day-in-the-life activities with friends, family or whoever may be interested. In this digital age, a diverse group of survey researchers can leverage this trend to make observations of their subject of interest remotely and wirelessly.
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Web Survey Bibliography - Lai, J. W. (6)
- The Unusual Suspects for Survey Non-response: A Follow-up Study with Respondents and Non- Respondents...; 2010; Lai, J. W., Bell, S., Link, M., Walker, M., Narciso, L., Jin, T.
- Life360: Usability of Mobile Devices for Time Use Surveys; 2010; Lai, J. W., Vanno, L., W., Pearson, J., Makowska, H., Benezra, K., Green, M.Link, M. W.
- Life360: Usability of Mobile Devices for Time Use Surveys; 2009; Lai, J. W., Vanno, L., Link, M. W., Pearson, J., Makowska, H., Benezra, K., Green, M.
- Life360: Use of Mobile Technology for Electronic Ethnographic Studies; 2009; W., Lai, J. W., Vanno, L., Makowska, H., Benezra, K., Green, M.Link, M. W.
- An Experimental Testing of Format Changes to Reduce Missing Data and Increase; 2004; Lavrakas, P. J., Steve, K. W., Bennett, M., Lai, J. W.
- Using an Instructional Web Site for Respondents to Improve Response Quality; 2003; Trussell, N., Lai, J. W., Shuttles, D. C.