- Stricter eligibility requirements.
- Reduced level of benefits.
- Reduced maximum duration of benefits.
The Digital Social Science Core Facility (DIGSSCORE) is an infrastructure for advanced social science data collection and multi-disciplinary research at the University of Bergen. DIGSSCORE extends the successful probability-based internet-panel which was established at the University of Bergen in 2012, The Norwegian Citizen Panel, and integrates it with a fully equipped on-site social science digital research lab, The Citizen Lab, from August 2016. The facility takes advantage of changes in technology and research methodology that combine to bring computer laboratory research and survey studies ever closer together. The Citizen Lab resides in Rosenbergsgaten 35, at the University of Bergen.
We accept proposals for survey experiments to be included in the Norwegian Citizen Panel.
If/when your proposal is accepted, we will find a time for your experiment. The Citizen Panel will run three rounds per year. Click here to submit a proposal or get more information.
Participation in lab experiments
Would you like to participate in social science experiments and contribute to exciting research?
The Citizen lab (Medborgerlaben) is a computer lab facility in the 2nd floor of Sofie Lindstrøms hus, Rosenbergsgate 35. As a participant of the Citizen lab-pool, you will get invitations by email. Participants often receive payment for taking part in the experiments. Some experiments are in Norwegian, other will be in English.
The Citizen Panel is responsible for a large part of the dissemination from the University of Bergen at Arendalsuka, august 2017. You can see more of that project in the video you find above, and read about it here (in Norwegian).
We also have a collobaration with Bergens Tidende, regarding dissemination of results from the Citizen panel, before the election 2017. You can read more about that here (in Norwegian).
Rune Slothuus from Aarhus University will present today.
A light lunch will be served.