Web Survey Bibliography

Title Computer Assisted Interview Testing Tool (CTT) - a review of new features and how the tool has improved the testing process.
Year 2010
Access date 10.03.2014
Full text

pdf (165 KB)

Abstract

The CAI Testing Tool (CTT) is an application developed by the University of Michigan’s Survey
Research Center to manage and facilitate efficient testing of Blaise questionnaires.
CTT is a comprehensive tool designed to be used by all involved (programmers, project managers, and
clients) in questionnaire testing and development from beginning to end. As Dascola et al. explain in
their paper, presented at the 2007 International Blaise Users Conference, CTT was designed to improve
the quality of CAI instruments through standardized testing procedures, reduce the cost of testing, and
increase access to information about the CAI development process through preset and adhoc reports.
The tool has now been in use for around three years and a new version of CTT has recently been
developed. This paper will outline recent updates to the testing tool, which include the capability to test
Blaise IS questionnaires, will examine how the tool has changed the testing and development process, and
will attempt to quantify how it has improved the quality of CAI instruments and reduced testing costs.

Access/Direct link

Article Homepage (abstract) / (full text)

Year of publication2010
Bibliographic typeReports, seminars
Print

Web survey bibliography (8390)

Page:
Page: