The ubiquity of the Internet and e‐mail has resulted in a burgeoning interest in their potential for academic research. This paper summarizes the existing practices of Internet research and suggests extensions to them based on the design and administration of a large‐scale, national Web survey. These extensions include consideration of new capabilities such as adaptive questions and higher levels of flexibility and control. Lessons learned include the use of a modular design, management of Web traffic, and the higher level of communication with respondents.
Tingling, P., Parent, M. and Wade, M. (2003), "Extending the capabilities of Internet‐based research: lessons from the field", Internet Research, Vol. 13 No. 3, pp. 223-235. https://doi.org/10.1108/10662240310478231Download as .RIS
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