Evaluating Tablet Computers as a Survey Tool in Rural Communities
Examines whether two survey methods, paper and pencil versus tablet computers, yield similar survey responses to common health questionnaires in undeserved rural communities. Examines perceptions of usability for each survey method and whether findings could be replicated between the survey methods.
Steve M. Newell, Henrietta L. Logan, Yi Guo, John G. Marks, James A. Shepperd
Journal of Rural Health, 31(1), 108-117
Research methods and resources · Statistics and data · Florida