The COVID-19 pandemic has caused major disruptions across the world; universities have not been exempt. This has included disruptions in not only the delivery of traditional in-person classes, but also research. In this paper, we detail the efforts undertaken to modify the research protocols originally developed for a longitudinal experiment design with two in-person components to it. In particular, we address the challenges and benefits of this conversion, including issues related to compensation, scheduling, technical issues, and attempts to replace the in-person component of the original design.



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Dupuis, M. & Renaud, K. 2020, 'Conducting "in-person" research during a pandemic', Association for Computing Machinery, pp. 320-323. https://doi.org/10.1145/3368308.3415420

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