Web Survey Bibliography
Title Designing and managing internet panels: lessons from the USA and Europe
Author Milsom, P., Manolopoulos, P.
Source 2nd ASC International Conference on Survey Research Methods: The Challenge of the Internet, 2001
Access date 28.05.2004
Abstract This paper will examine the issues involved in designing and using an online access panel, including how to attract and retain respondents. Panos is responsible for rolling-out the Lightspeed panel across Europe (the panel has 250,000 members in the USA). Paul has recently launched the BMRB GB panel (Access Online Panel) that aims to offer a representative sample of 'frequent' internet users.
Bibliographic typeConferences, workshops, tutorials, presentations
Year of publication2001
Web Survey Bibliography - 2nd ASC International Conference on Survey Research Methods: The Challenge of the Internet, 2001 (8)
- Web versus Mail Questionnaire for an Institutional Survey; 2001; Lozar Manfreda, K., Vehovar, V., Batagelj, Z.
- A Guide to Best Practice in Online Quantitative Research; 2001; Poynter, R.
- Designing and managing internet panels: lessons from the USA and Europe; 2001; Milsom, P., Manolopoulos, P.
- The internet as a mode of data collection in government social surveys: issues and investigations; 2001; Flatley, J.
- Seizing opportunities to inform the information society: creating value from statistics through exploiting...; 2001; Cook, L.
- Experiences of Qualitative Research on the Internet; 2001; Cornish, C.
- The Recruitment of Online Samples by CATI-Screening: Problems of Non-response; 2001; Deutschmann, M., Faulbaum, F.
- Using Agent Technology to Disseminate Statistics via the Web; 2001; Brannen, K., Lamb, J.