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Quick update: We are sampling 250 respondents, not 150 respondents.
Also, we are working closely with Dr. Jennifer Manganello and Molly Hadley of the Public Health Communication Lab at the University of Albany. They are administering the survey to 250 respondents recruited via social media campaigns.
We are using Qualtrics, a top experience management platform, to disseminate our survey throughout America. The benefits of using such include a deep survey building tool, pre-established survey panels, and sampling quotas to make sure our respondents are demographically representative of the student population here. Also, we are relying on Qualtrics to disburse incentives, deal with partial and false responses, and provide basic data cleaning.
We are happy to assist other teams if needed!
University of Hawaii at Manoa
Dear Rubeena and Muhammad, thank you for your update and congratulation für finnishing the data collection phase. Best wishes, Kevin
Dear Neida, I moved this question to this category “Survey and data collection”. In Germany, we used unipark, a tool that is provided by questback (https://www.unipark.com/en). This tool has the advantage, that is meets the requirement of the General Data Protection Act (GDPR), such as secure data transmission, declaration of consent before the start of the questionnaire etc. Moreover, it perfectly meets the needs by researchers (e.g. easy export funtion to spss including all labels, monitoring, different forms of items/scales). However, each partner can use tool that is available at their university. We also worked with survey monkey in another project and it worked well. Other colleagues use lime survey. Would love to read about the experience of using other tools here.
This is great news! Congratulations!