SoundRocket Founder to Speak at FEDCASIC Workshop

by | Apr 15, 2019 | News

Washington, DC – April 16-17, 2019

If you would like to spot some serious survey nerds while enjoying the Cherry Blossoms in Washington, D.C. this year, step on down to the Bureau of Labor Statistics where SoundRocket founder Scott D. Crawford will be presenting at the The Federal Computer Assisted Survey Information Collection (FEDCASIC) Workshop. Scott will be presenting “Best Practices in Consent to Capture Geolocation Data in Self-Administered Web Surveys” in the Wednesday afternoon session on Advances in the Use of Location Data.  

SoundRocket has several years of experience in capturing geolocation data with its collaborators in surveys – and in doing so, has learned that the process used to obtain consent to capture this data has a significant impact on the quality of the data that is ultimately captured.

Come learn the secrets – and maybe get a little survey nerd networking in! 

Download Scott’s presentation here

About the Author


Understanding human behavior—individually and in groups—drives our curiosity, our purpose, and our science. We are experts in social science research. We see the study of humans as an ongoing negotiation between multiple stakeholders: scientists, research funders, academia, corporations, and study participants.