EU web survey methodology project holds final conference

November 9, 2005

Brussels, 08 Nov 2005

The final conference of the EU funded project WebSM will take place in Brussels, Belgium, on 7 December.

WebSM, which stands for 'web survey methodology' is a thematic network funded by the European Union's Fifth Framework Programme. The project seeks to promote research in web survey methodologies and to stimulate the exchange of results, publications, experiences, ethics, standards and best practices.

As the EU funded stage of the WebSM project ends in December 2005, this event will feature a concluding presentation of the WebSM project and specific presentations related to WebSM activities, such as building on-line scientific communities and conducting modern web surveys.

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