- Posted by ursconnects
- On December 12, 2018
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- Surveys are where you answer a few questions to see if you’re a good match for the study or panel. Think of surveys as the entry point to any study or panel.
- A study is what you participate in after you have completed the survey and it is determined that you will be a good match. Study examples include giving feedback remotely via Skype or Microsoft Teams, participating in an in-person focus group, or visiting the researcher for a one-on-one interview.
- A panel is a community of people who participate in a number of related studies under one umbrella. These typically last between three months and a year. If you join a panel, you’re part of a community who will be invited to participate in the studies under this umbrella. You may participate in as many or as few studies as you’d like during this time. You can choose to opt out of the panel at any time.