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Multiple Indicator Cluster Surveys Survey Design Workshop. Data Entry Using Tablets / Laptops. Content of the Presentation. Preparation Training Fieldwork Summary- Q&A. Preparation. Supplies Old and/or New Devices. Preparation. Specifications Windows mobile vs Windows Tablets:

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content of the presentation
Content of the Presentation
  • Preparation
  • Training
  • Fieldwork
  • Summary- Q&A
  • Supplies
  • Old and/or New Devices
  • Specifications
  • Windows mobile vs Windows


Full Microsoft Windows  7 or 8 (NO windows RT tablets)


Windows Mobile versions 5 and 6 (UNICODE is not supported)

  • Sampling
  • Questionnaires
  • Preparation of the Programs
  • High Level Technical Support
  • Flow of the data from field to central office
mics capi system
  • All applications to collect and administer data are written in CSPro
  • Three systems:
    • Interviewers - data collection – Tablet/PDA
    • Supervisors – data monitoring and control –Tablet/PDA
    • Central Office - centralized data and monitor fieldwork - PC
interviewers data collection
Interviewers - data collection
  • Start a new Household Questionnaire in a household not previously visited.
  • Return to a Household Questionnaire that is not yet finished (i.e. is still incomplete or has only been partially saved).
  • Review and/or modify a completed Household Questionnaire.
  • List of all the households assigned will appear
interviewers data collection1
Interviewers - data collection
  • Transfer data for all questionnaire for this cluster from the interviewer to the supervisor
  • Share household data for this cluster with other interviewers
  • Receive household data from other interviewers – this option is used by the person receiving the household data before conducting an individual interview.
  • Modify IDs/delete individuals – this option can be used to correct problems with IDs in data files, for example, when
    • Data was entered in the wrong cluster number
    • The wrong household number was used
    • The wrong individual’s line number was used when collecting the individual interview
    • The wrong interviewer code was used when entering the system
  • Receive system updates from the supervisor
  • Receive household assignment from the supervisor
supervisors data monitoring and control
Supervisors – data monitoring and control

Activities to control the sample

  • Review the sample control file
  • Assign households for the PSU
  • Send household assignments to interviewers

Receiving questionnaires from an interviewer

List interviewer questionnaires

Create file to send to central office

  • 2 weeks training (paper questionnaires) including 3 days field exercise

+ 1 week extra training (PDAs/Tablets)

+ 4-5 days extra field exercise

  • High Level Technical Support
  • Team composition (no field editor)
  • Roles and responsibilities of supervisors and measurers
  • Starting the fieldwork at central location
  • High Level Technical Support
monitoring the field
Monitoring the Field
  • Field Monitoring
  • Team visits
  • Spontaneous checks
  • Field check tables
  • Feedback