Online datacapture with Nettskjema

In the workshop we will go through the basic functionality of the service. The main focus will be creation and administration of forms in the Nettskjema environment.

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Nettskjema is an online service for surveys and (interactive) data capture developed by USIT at UiO. The service now is in use by a large part of the university and higher education entities in Norway, in addition to research projects at FHI and OUS. (Users at campuses with established "databehandleravtale" with the service will be authorised to use the service through Feide login in the connected Feide-domain.

In relation to research it has a rising role as front-end to the UiO service Tjenester for Sensitive Data (TSD), and it is also its own standalone service.

In the workshop we will go through the basic functionality of the service. The main focus will be creation and administration of forms in the Nettskjema environment. We will briefly show how the service is today acting as an infrastructure for mobile apps developed by us and others, and how Nettskjema's API may enable different processes to make use of the service. We will also relate the basics of how the service connects to the TSD-environment and how data from Nettskjema is made available in TSD.

Learning outcomes

After attending the workshop you should be familiar with the basic qualities and limitations of the Nettskjema service today and have a basic understanding of where we are heading as for our further development.

You should also know the relationship between Nettskjema and TSD. All this should enable you be able to evaluate if Nettskjema could be a useful tool in your project logistics.

Prerequisites

There are no special prerequisites to attend the workshop.

Please bring your laptop or mobile device.

Target audience

Anybody with the need to capture form data from an "online" audience.
Particularly researchers needing to collect sensitive information aiming at TSD.

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Published Dec. 13, 2019 1:55 PM - Last modified Dec. 13, 2019 1:55 PM