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WEBDATANET: Innovation and Quality in Web-based Data Collection

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  • Stephanie Steinmetz
  • Ana Slavec
  • Kea Tijdens
  • Ulf-Dietrich Reips
  • Pablo de Pedraza
  • Alina Popescu
  • Ana Belchior
  • Andreas Birgegard
  • Annamaria Bianchi
  • Ariel Ayalon
  • Arto Selkala
  • Alberto Villacampa
  • Bernardo (Dov) Winer
  • Boris Mlacic
  • Carl Vogel
  • Dag Gravem
  • Daniel Gayo Avello
  • Daniela Constantin
  • Daniele Toninelli
  • David Troitino
  • Dora Horvath
  • Edith De Leeuw
  • Ela Oren
  • Enrique Fernandez-Macias
  • Fanney Thorsdottir
  • Félix Ortega
  • Frederik Funke
  • Gian Marco Campagnolo
  • Goran Milas
  • Clemens Grünwald
  • Gudbjorg Jonsdottir
  • Gustav Haraldsen
  • Guy Doron
  • Helen Margetts
  • Igor Miklousic
  • Ioannis Andreadis
  • Jernej Berzelak
  • Julijana Angelovska
  • Karin Schrittwieser
  • Kathrin Kissau
  • Katja Lozar Manfreda
  • Kirstine Kolsrud
  • Knut Kalgraff Skjak
  • Konstantinos Tsagarakis
  • Lars Kaczmirek
  • Laurent Lesnard
  • Liliana Mihaela Moga
  • Luis Lopes Teixeira
  • Marc Plate
  • Marein Kozak
  • Marek Fuchs
  • Mario Callegaro
  • Marta Cantijoch
  • Martin Kahanec
  • Mateusz Stopa
  • Michele Ernst Staehli
  • Mihaela Neculita
  • Mirjana Ivanovic
  • Muriel Foulonneau
  • Naoufel Cheikhrouhou
  • Nicoletta Fornara
  • Niels Ole Finnemann
  • Nino Zajc
  • Nora Nyirå
  • Panayiotis Louc
  • Paulien Osse
  • Petroula Mavrikio
  • Rachel Gibson
  • Ravi Vatrapu
  • Reuven Dar
  • Robert Pinter
  • Rocio Martinez Torres
  • Salima Douhou
  • Silvia Biffignandi
  • Solza Grceva
  • Sophie David
  • Suvi Ronkainen
  • Tamas Csordas
  • Timo Lenzner
  • Vaka Vesteinsdottir
  • Vasja Vehovar
  • Yavor Markov
The article discusses the development of WEBDATANET established in 2011 which aims to create a multidisciplinary network of web-based data collection experts in Europe. Topics include the presence of 190 experts in 30 European countries and abroad, the establishment of web-based teaching and discussion platforms and working groups and task forces. Also discussed is the scope of the research carried by WEBDATANET.

Publication information

Original languageEnglish
JournalInternational Journal of Internet Science
Volume9
Issue number1
Pages (from-to)64-71
Number of pages8
ISSN1662-5544
StatePublished - 2014

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