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I would use a nomination approach asking that respondents write in the
names of the organizations, allowing 7 or even 12 organizations to be
written it. The system can be designed to complete the names after the
first few letters are typed.
Sissenich, Beate wrote:
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>I'm currently preparing an electronic survey of contacts among ca. 175
>organizations. In order to avoid respondent fatigue, I need a clever way
>of designing the questionnaire so that the list of 175 nodes doesn't
>seem quite so overwhelming. Ideally, I'd like to capture 5 different
>Does anyone have any suggestions on how to design this questionnaire to
>make it user-friendly? Examples of surveys that others have administered
>would be particularly helpful.
>Many thanks in advance.
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