CAPI (computer assisted telephone interviewing)
This technique involves the use of an electronic device (pc, tablet or smartphone) to record the data collected usually from an interviewer-administered personal interview. If the interview is self-completed it is called CASI (Computer Assisted Self-completed Interviewing).
It is widely used in complex quantitative studies thanks to the versatility of the device which enables the rapid and easy management of different versions of questionnaires, showing images, videos or play sounds, and receiving in real time the data collected.
This method can involve any type of target and can be used in any location.