Web Survey Bibliography
Title Conducting Web-based survey research: a lesson in Internet designs
Author Daley, E. M., McDermott, R. J., Brown, K. R. M., Kittleson, M. J.
Source American Journal of Health Behavior, 27, 2, pp. 116-124
Access date 08.06.2004
Abstract OBJECTIVES: To examine the tacit knowledge resulting from designing a complex Web site to facilitate administration of an Internet-based survey. METHODS: Formative methods guided studying the feasibility of conducting an online survey using versions of the Keirsey Temperament Sorter II and the National College Health Risk Behavior Survey. RESULTS: Web-site design software and pilot testing were critical to success. Incorporating the target audience as consumers in both Web site development and formative evaluation simplified data collection and analysis. CONCLUSIONS: Online instrumentation used in survey research is both practical and desirable. Future refinements are necessary, but improved designs can emanate from this particular effort.
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Bibliographic typeJournal article
Year of publication2003
Web Survey Bibliography - American Journal of Health Behavior (5)
- Middle School Sexual Harassment, Violence and Social Networks; 2013; Mumford, E. A. et al.
- Web-Based Survey of US Health Educators: Challenges and Lessons; 2010; Chen, L.-S., Goodson, P.
- Using Internet-based Surveys to Reach Hidden Populations: Case of Nonabusive Illicit Drug Users; 2003; Duncan, D., White, J., Nicholson, T.
- Conducting Web-based survey research: a lesson in Internet designs; 2003; Daley, E. M., McDermott, R. J., Brown, K. R. M., Kittleson, M. J.
- Determining Effective Follow-up of E-Mail Surveys; 1997; Kittleson, M. J.