Survey Design and Methodology
Datenarchiv für Sozialwissenschaften
Producer Relations and Outreach
Dauerbeobachtung der Gesellschaft
International Survey Programs
GESIS lectures (formaly GESIS Colloquium) are expert presentations with subsequent discussion. Participation is also possible via internet.
This comprises also the GESIS Computational Social Science (CSS) Seminar. The GESIS Computational Social Science (CSS) Seminar is an English monthly event for expert exchange on data science and social analytics.
21. February 2019: Dr. Benjamin Roberts: Incomparable gains: Conducting survey research in South Africa in national and cross-national perspective (talk in English), 10:30am Uhr in Mannheim, B2,8 (right).
26. Februar 2019: Anne Elevelt: Smartphone - Only Time Use Research: Nonresponse (Bias) and the Usefulness of GPS Locations. (Talk in English), 1:00pm in Mannheim, B2,8 (left).
26. March 2019: Dr. Timothy Johnson: Examining Cultural Differences in Question Comprehension using Latent Variable Models (Talk in English), 1:00pm in Mannheim, B2,1.
Alerts on upcoming events can be received on this email list: https://lists.gesis.org/mailman/listinfo/lecture-series.
Participation is also possible via internet.
Please use your first and surname to register online. Those presently in Mannheim/Cologne are encouraged to attend - if possible - in person. This is more motivating for the presenters and it is easier to ask questions. You can also ask questions in the online chat though. Although we test the setup in advance and most transmissions work flawlessly, the connection with some participants may be unsatisfactory. If there are technical problems, you may find a solution here.