The online conference where ambitious
behavioral scientists come to learn
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Dan Richardson, UCL@eyethinkdcr https://youtu.be/yViyX_Pr980Professor Daniel C. Richardson:So, what I want to talk about today is just tell you about some of the research that we’ve been doing, looking at neuroscience in the real world. This is work that we do in…
Christina Y. Tzeng, San José State University https://youtu.be/TNna13eGgScChristina Y. Tzeng:All right. Thank you, Rachel, for the introduction at the beginning of the session and to both you and Joshua for gathering us in this space. I also want to say thank you…
MouseView.js: A no-eyes, mouse-based, alternative to eye tracking online. What you can use it for, and how to use it on Gorilla.sc
Alex Anwyl-Irvine, Cambridge University@AlexanderIrvine https://youtu.be/1iMKnzkmvxUAlex Anwyl-Irvine:Thanks for joining everyone. Welcome to the specialist seminar on our MouseView.js library. I’m Alex Anwyl-Irvine, I’m just coming to the end of my PhD at the…
Building an Engaging Child-Friendly Task for Remote Administration: Example of a Gamified Mouse-Tracking Task on Paired Associate Learning
Simone Lira Calabrich, Bangor University@Simonecalabrich https://youtu.be/SPayfSpnNFY The Covid-19 pandemic has restructured behavioural research, driving scientists to adapt and move traditionally in-lab studies to online experiment deployment platforms. While adult…
The Online Behavioral Research Conference
Where ambitious behavioral scientists come and learn
BeOnline is Cauldron Science’s conference all about online behavioral research. The 2018 conference at UCL had 250 delegates, the 2020 online conference had over 6000 views on the day and 2021 connected 1.400 delegates, while collecting 8.000 views up to day.
This conference is an ideal place to hear first hand about the challenges and benefits of online research and to learn from pioneers.
COVID has accelerated the transition to online behavioral research and it’s here to stay.
If you want to reap the benefits of using online experiments, then BeOnline is a good place to start, to expand your current knowledge and share your cutting edge research and methods.
Three good reasons to attend
This conference is an ideal place to hear first hand about the challenges and benefits of online research and to learn from pioneers. You never know, you might even meet a potential collaborator!
With more of our lives spent online, digital experiments are increasingly ecologically valid.
Discover how researchers have taken their research out of the lab with experiments, games and simulations to collect high quality data across a wide range of research domains, from cognitive to developmental, educational to clinical.
Discover the experimental tools, techniques, and processes used by behavioral researchers that have successfully taken their research online.
Researchers overcame design, development, recruitment, ethics and motivation challenges (among others). Find out how they did it and replicate their success.
BeOnline is the best place to chat with other researchers about your experiences.
Connect with a supportive community of researchers going through the same processes as you.
Learn what they wished they had known before they got started, so that you don’t make the same mistakes.
Hear What People Are Saying
A conference about online experiments will naturally be held… online!
BeOnline is full of exciting and creative opportunities to learn and connect with world-leading researchers as well as early career researchers looking to make an impact.
However, don’t trust us. Search Twitter for #BeOnline 2020 or read what attendees have to say about the conference below.
Lots of handy tips that I will definitely apply now
Jess Price, Associate Professor, Director of Teaching & Learning, University of Nottingham
I learnt a lot!
Dr Lizzie Buchanan-Worster, MRC Cognition and Brain Sciences Unit, University of Cambridge
A great experience
Sanya Jain, Postgraduate Student, Indian Institute of Technology
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BeOnline is the conference to learn all about online behavioral research. It’s the ideal place to discover the challenges and benefits of online research and to learn from pioneers. If that sounds interesting to you, then click the button below to register for the 2023 conference on Thursday July 6th. You will be the first to know when we release new content and timings for BeOnline 2023.