• Stephanie Steinmetz
  • Lars Kaczmirek
  • Pablo de Pedraza
  • Ulf-Dietrich Reips
  • Kea Tijdens
  • Katja Lozar Manfreda
  • Lily Rowland
  • Francis Serrano
  • Marko Vidakovic
  • Carl Vogel
  • Ana Belchior
  • Jernej Berzelak
  • Silvia Biffignandi
  • Andreas Birgegard
  • Ernest Cachia
  • Mario Callegaro
  • Patrick J. Camilleri
  • Gian Marco Campagnolo
  • Marta Cantijoch
  • Naoufel Cheikhrouhou
  • Daniela Constantin
  • Reuven Dar
  • Sophie David
  • Edith de Leeuw
  • Guy Doron
  • Enrique Fernandez-Macias
  • Niels Ole Finnemann
  • Muriel Foulonneau
  • Nicoletta Fornara
  • Marek Fuchs
  • Frederik Funke
  • Rachel Gibson
  • Solza Grceva
  • Gustav Haraldsen
  • Gudbjorg Jonsdottir
  • Martin Kahanec
  • Kathrin Kissau
  • Kirstine Kolsrud
  • Timo Lenzner
  • Laurent Lesnard
  • Helen Margetts
  • Yavor Markov
  • Goran Milas
  • Boris Mlacic
  • Liliana Mihaela Moga
  • Mihaela Neculita
  • Alina Irina Popescu
  • Suvi Ronkainen
  • Annette Scherpenzeel
  • Arto Selkala
  • Knut Kalgraff Skjak
  • Ana Slavec
  • Michele Ernst Staehli
  • Fanney Thorsdottir
  • Daniele Toninelli
  • Ravi Vatrapu
  • Vasja Vehovar
  • Alberto Villacampa Gonzalez
  • Bernardo (Dov) Winer
Do you collect data via the Internet in your research? If you do, this European network is important for you. The network collects and combines experiences and research on the methodology of online data collection. It provides access to expertise that may be important in your research.
WEBDATANET is a unique multidisciplinary European network bringing together more than 76 leading web-based data collection experts, (web) survey methodologists, psychologists, sociologists, linguists, economists, computer scientists, media researchers, internet scientists and public opinion researchers from 28 countries of the European Union and abroad.
By addressing methodological issues of web-based data collection (surveys, experiments, tests, non-reactive data collection, and mobile internet research) and fostering its scientific usage, WEBDATANET aims to contribute to the theoretical and empirical foundations of web-based data collection, stimulate its integration into the entire research process, and enhance the integrity and legitimacy of these new forms of data collection.

Publication information

Original languageEnglish
JournalInternational Journal of Internet Science
Issue number1
Pages (from-to)78-90
StatePublished - 2012

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