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Apr

30

Thursday

Webinar: Data quality in mixed-device online surveys in the UK

6.00pm

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This event will now be run as a webinar. Details of how to join will be emailed to you prior to the event.

Speakers:
Olga Maslovskaya, University of Southampton

Event Series:
City, University of London - European Social Survey HQ - NatCen Social Research survey methodology seminar series

This talk will cover the main results from the “Understanding survey response behaviour in a digital age: Mixed-device online surveys and mobile device use” project. The presentation will focus on data quality issues in two mixed-device online surveys: the Labour Market Survey collected by the Office for National Statistics and the Understanding Society survey.  It will also discuss issues of representativeness in the first probability based cross-national online panel (CRONOS).

Dr Olga Maslovskaya is a Lecturer (Assistant Professor) at the Department of Social Statistics and Demography at the University of Southampton. Olga’s research is in the area of online surveys and data quality. She was a Principal Investigator (PI) on the ESRC Secondary Data Analysis Initiative project “Understanding survey response behaviour in a digital age: Mixed-device online surveys and mobile device use” and a Co-Investigator on the NCRM Collaborative Methodological Research and Training Project “The future of online surveys: Evaluating data quality in the UK probability-based online panel”.

Olga is currently a PI on the ESRC funded project “Transitioning from Interviewer-Administered Surveys to Online Data Collection: Experiences, Challenges and Opportunities (GenPopWeb 2 Network)”. She has an extensive research experience in application of advanced statistical modelling in different areas of Social Sciences as well as in the analysis of nonresponse, data quality, interviewer effects and paradata in social surveys and has worked on a number of research projects.

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6.00pm - 7.00pmThursday 30th April 2020