The online conference will be organized around the following tracks:

  1. Combining multiple sources of data & Interface design
  2. Measurement error in surveys
  3. Innovations in surveys: methods and new data sources
  4. Reducing Total Survey Error & Response                
  5. Surveys in the Covid-19 pandemic

Each ESRA2021 track will be accessible via an online conference platform and consist of pre-recorded talks and a live Q&A with the presenters during the last 15 minutes of each session. Presentation slides and recordings will be made available as permitted by the presenters. Registered participants will have access to all tracks.

Keynote plenary sessions and podcasts will enrich the program.

Each session will consist of two parts: 1) streaming of talks, and 2) a live Q&A with the presenters during the last 15 minutes of each session. So be sure to be available for the live Q&A part of your session and engage in exciting discussions with the audience. 

In order to streamline the presentation process, presenters are asked to format, record, and upload their presentation about three weeks in advance of the track. We will provide guidelines and propose several methods presenters can use to easily prepare their presentation. Presenters are free to choose the presentation format and recording software they prefer, given the final product is a self-contained presentation formatted in a common video file. Practical instructions will be given later.