Guest Lecture: Online Behavioural Research: Challenges and Successes - Jo Evershed03.05.2021
Before COVID-19, online research was a choice, but recently it has become a necessity. Since taking the leap researchers are enjoying the benefits of the speed, scale, and reach of online research. In this lecture we aim to cover these benefits in more detail, along with some of the key challenges and successes associated with online behavioural research.
In this lecture we will discuss:
- The benefits of online research
- Maintaining data quality
- Recruiting participants online
- Choosing the right experimental software for your needs
- Sharing your protocol and materials
There will also be an opportunity for a Q&A session at the end of the lecture, and discussion of the points covered. With the aim that you will be able to take your research online too.
Jo Evershed is the host of BeOnline, a conference all about online behavioural research, and the creator of Gorilla Experiment Builder. She holds a BSc in Psychology from UCL and a BSc in Combined Studies (Economics and Business) from Oxford Brookes and is an Innovate UK Women in Innovation Award Winner. Jo’s mission is to provide behavioural scientists with the tools and confidence to successfully take their research online.
May 6th 2021, 5pm
The link to the Zoom meeting is: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/86182877890