Using MTurk for Survey and Experimental Research
Event Date: April 4, 2013
Time: 11 am-12:30 pm
Location: W32 Machmer Hall
Panelists: Emery Berger, Associate Professor of Computer Science; Bill Diamond, Associate Professor of Marketing; Berni Leidner, Assistant Professor of Psychology; Brian Schaffner, Associate Professor and Chair of Political Science; John Spraggon, Associate Professor of Resource Economics Description: Scholars are increasingly using Amazon’s Mechanical Turk, known as MTurk, as a tool to recruit subjects for survey and experimental research online. The panelists will describe their experiences using MTurk in their own work, and discuss its strengths and weaknesses relative to other methods of recruiting research subjects.
Presentations: You may download panelist presentation slides by clicking on the links below:
AutoMan - Emery Berger
Engaging Turkers - William Diamond
MTurk for Research- Bernhard Leidner
MTurk Alternatives - John Spraggon
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