3:40

Testing of Computerized Instruments

3:40

Case Example of Software Testing

Robert L. Smith, (Formerly) Computer Curriculum Corp.

4:10

An Integrated View of Survey Automation

Larry Markosian, Independent Consultant

4:35

Practitioner Needs, and Reactions to Computer Science Approaches

Mark Pierzchala, Westat

5:15

Reactions and Floor Discussion

Day Two: April 16, 2002

9:00

Emerging Technologies in Survey Automation

9:00

Web-Based Data Collection

Roger Tourangeau, Joint Program on Survey Methodology

9:40

Interface of Survey Methods with Geographic Information Systems

Sarah Nusser, Iowa State University

10:20

Prospects for Survey Collection Using Pen-Based Computers

Martin Meyer & Jay Levinsohn, Research Triangle Institute

11:00

Break

11:15

Panel Discussion: How Can Computer Science and Survey Methodology Best Interact in the Future?

Mick Couper (moderator), University of Michigan

Reg Baker, MS Interactive

Bill Kalsbeek, University of North Carolina

Tony Manners, Office for National Statistics, United Kingdom

Susan Schechter, U.S. Office of Management and Budget

12:15

Lunch, Final Comments, and Adjourn



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