"A Web-based survey is the collection of data through a self-administered electronic set of questions on the Web. With Web-based surveys, the manager has control over the physical appearance and can create attractive and inviting forms. Web-based surveys can include radio buttons and drop-down lists that permit only one choice for the response. Check boxes allow multiple answers. Text boxes can be one line with a limited number of characters, or they may permit unlimited text entry."
- Advantages of Web-Based Surveys over Paper Surveys
- Limitations of Web-Based Surveys
- Design Guidelines for Web-Based Surveys
- Tips for Conducting Web-Based Surveys
- Comparison of Cash Expenses: Traditional vs. Web-Based Survey
- Web-Based Surveys: Some Examples