Presentation & Discussion: Survey Methodology
9:00am-10:15am on Wednesday, 5/22/2019
Kyle Fennell , NORC at the University of Chicago
For years, presenters and panelists at IFD&TC, AAPOR, and other conferences have worried about impact of decreasing survey participation and tight budgets on primary data collection efforts. Multimode data collection holds out the promise of better response rates, reduced cost, and other benefits. Join us for a session that will examine potential benefits and perils of implementing multimode data collection across a range of considerations, including project management, special respondent populations, and interviewers.
- Tips and Warnings about Multi-mode Data Collection: Lessons From the Field. - Kyle Fennell, NORC at the University of Chicago
- Use of Web and Other Modes of Data Collection Among Elderly and Oldest Old Health Plan Members: Results of the Multiple Chronic Care Among Elderly Study - Rosa Elena Garcia, RAND Survey Research Group
- Measuring Interviewer Impact In Mixed-Mode Surveys - Leah Roberts, UM-Survey Research Center (UM-SRC)
- The Impact of Sending a Second Follow-Up Letter in Multi-Mode Individual Surveys - Joelle Poulin, Institut de la statistique du Québec