Invitation to the Unipark User Conference 2013

Oct 31 2013

The QuestBack GmbH and the University of St. Gallen invite you to the second Unipark User Conference in Switzerland!
This event seeks to inspire the Unipark community to a direct exchange of experiences about questions regarding online research and wants to promote the network between the users.

The user conference consits of two parts. Withn the first part a three hour lasting EFS Survey workshop for beginners will be given. In the second part we are happy to present you interesting speakers, who will talk about a broad scope of application fields in online research.

The event takes place at the marketing department of the University of St. Gallen.
Date: 29th November 2013
Duration: 9am - 6pm
The agenda contains the following topics (all speeches will be presented in German, the workshop will be conducted in English):

  • EFS Survey training for beginners  - (Markus Weiß, Unipark, QuestBack GmbH)
  • Welcome and introduction of Unipark - Prof. Dr. Peter M. Fischer (Uni St. Gallen) und Markus Weiß (Unipark, QuestBack GmbH)
  • The Gesis Panel - Prof. Dr. Michael Bosnjak (GESIS, Leibniz-Institut for social science)
  • The COCOPS project - Prof. Dr. Gerhard Hammerschmid (Hertie School of Governance, Berlin)
  • Corporate Social Responsibility communication - Dr. Laura-Marie Schons (Ruhr University Bochum)
  • QuestBack's product roadmap - Oliver Trabert (CTO, QuestBack Group)
  • How the order of rating scales influences reponse behavior in web surveys - Dr. Florian Keusch (University of Michigan)

The event offers the opportunity to share knowledge of current developments and aspects of online research. Furthermore, we will have a casual lunch and a cold beer in the University bar afterwards.

In order to register for the conference, follow this link: The participation at the conference is free of charge. A detailed agenda and directions will be send after registration.

We are looking forward to welcoming you at our User Conference!

Kind regards,
Your Unipark Team

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