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(English) Sperimentazione software Open source, Limesurvey (Italiano) Rapporto tecnico: sperimentazione software Open Source Limesurvey

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  • Michele Falivene
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    (English) The Open Source Lab of the IRPPS at Penta di Fisciano (SA) has experimented Limesurvey software. This report will document about a survey on work-related stress risks in the National Research Council assessment. The survey has been administred and completed on-line using the Limesurvey software web interface. The report aims to disseminate the software testing results from a technical and organizational view. To share experiences and results belongs to the "Open Source" perspective however, this report, we contribute to expand this technical view, by including organizational and operational dimensions related to the use of software solutions. (Italiano) Nell’ambito delle attività del Laboratorio Open Source presso la sede IRPPS di Penta di Fisciano (SA) si è sperimentato il software Limesurvey. Il presente report documenta un caso di utilizzo nell’ambito di una indagine volta a valutare i rischi inerenti lo stress da lavoro-correlato all’interno del Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche. I questionari sono stati somministrati e compilati on-line attraverso interfaccia Web utilizzando appunto il software Limesurvey. Il report ha lo scopo di diffondere i risultati della sperimentazione dello strumento software sia dal punto di vista tecnico, sia da quello organizzativo. Condividere esperienze e risultati rientra nell’ottica “Open Source” ma la nostra intenzione è quella di ampliare tale approccio, spesso di tipo puramente tecnico, includendo anche agli aspetti di tipo organizzativo e operativo legati all’utilizzo delle soluzioni software in generale.

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    Paper provided by National Research Council, Institute for Research on Population and Social Policies in its series IRPPS Working Papers with number 41:2012.

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    Date of creation: 2012
    Handle: RePEc:cnz:wpaper:41:2012
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