Single tool for all modes
There are two popular ways of classification for survey data collection modes. The first one is based on the medium with which a data is being collected. The other one is based on the role of the interviewer.
In the graphic and text below you can check which modes are supported by Nebu Dub interViewer. It is important to know that all those modes of data collection are available via a single user interface, a single scripting environment, collecting data to a single database, independent of the mode of survey data collection.
CATI (Computer-assisted telephone interview)
Computer-assisted interviewing emerged to be the dominant mode of survey interviewing as technology and telecommunications services expanded the ability to reach those willing to participate in research. Nebu Dub InterViewer offers the most comprehensive solution for phone interviewing, combining web, the cloud and data management facilities to most effectively manage a call-center operation.
WAPI (Web-assisted personal interview)
The biggest benefit
Nebu Dub InterViewer is fully responsive, meaning your online surveys created with Nebu Dub InterViewer are compatible with mobile devices, tablets as well as desktop/laptop. Users are provided with access to a responsive template that can be further customized for the look and feel.
CAPI (Computer-assisted personal interview)
In a CAPI survey, a respondent completes the survey on their own, or interviewer assisted. This method is primarily used for on-site interviewing, whether it be at a sports venue, a factory floor or the terminal at an airport. Nebu offers an app for offline interviewing and synchronization of both surveys and collected data in the cloud.
PAPI (Pen and paper personal interview)
The traditional mode required the respondent to pencil in their responses
Nebu Dub InterViewer supports all modes of data collection in a single user interface with a single scripting environment all collecting data to a single database, independent of the mode of survey data collection.