Kylie Brosnan is currently a PhD candidate with the University of Queensland. Her research interests include the advancement of knowledge in digital survey research methods and interactive techniques used to collect data from mainstream and vulnerable target audiences. Kylie has over 27 years’ experience in market and social research with specialist fieldwork suppliers and full-service research agencies. Kylie has designed and managed complex data collection methodologies using innovative, technological solutions and in particular has used digital technologies to overcome language and literacy barriers with Humanitarian Migrants, Prisoners and Remote Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people to enable them to have a voice and have their views considered in Government policy and decision-making.
Kylie has been the project director responsible for major programme and policy evaluations and social research such as:
Kylie is passionate about social, policy and evaluation research with a particular focus on making a difference for vulnerable and at- risk community groups in Australia. Kylie also enjoys contributing to capacity strengthening activities, workshops and strategic planning with Aboriginal owned organisations and their boards.
Co-Presenters: Sara Dolnicar
The Better Surveys Project is coming to an end in 2018 and we would like to take the opportunity to share with our colleagues the results of many years of research work undertaken as part of the project. Australian companies came together and collaborated with Academics to address some of the key challenges the industry is facing for online survey research. The workshop will include the key findings from over a dozen experiments to test response theories and demonstrate with empirical data better ways of doing surveys. Attendees are invited to submit their online survey challenges prior to this workshop. These challenges will be worked through in real time with Australia’s leading experts in online research including Academics, industry leaders and practitioners. Attendees can expect to build their skills and knowledge in a collaborative environment having a bit of fun along the way.