[nSLUG] Fwd: Help with PhD Research

Matt Chamberlain chamberlain2007 at gmail.com
Tue May 22 15:45:37 ADT 2007


I would, but I'm not 18!

On 5/22/07, Chris Jordan <cjordan at cs.dal.ca> wrote:
>
> Hey all,
> I would greatly appreciate it if you could take 10 minutes to do the
> following survey. One of the PhD students here at Dalhousie is doing
> research on the behavior of people on the Web.
>
> Thanks,
> ---
> Chris
>
> Begin forwarded message:
>
> *From: *"Heather O'Brien" <HLOBRIEN at DAL.CA>
> *Date: *May 22, 2007 12:07:34 PM ADT
> *To: *Chris Jordan <CPJORDAN at DAL.CA>
> *Subject: **Help with PhD Research*
>
> Invitation to Participate
>
> We are trying to understanding the kinds of design features that
> enhance users' experiences when they shop online.
>
> If you have SHOPPED ONLINE OR LOOKED FOR INFORMATION ABOUT A PRODUCT WHICH
> YOU
> WOULD
> LIKE TO PURCHASE in the past six months, please take
> 10 minutes [HOW LONG DID IT TAKE EMILIY AND ALEXANDRA]of your time to
> respond to
> our
> survey.  You will have a chance to
> enter your name in a prize draw for $100 or a $20 gift certificate to
> Chapters-Indigo.  There is a one in ten chance of winning!
>
> http://informatics.management.dal.ca/perseus/shop.htm
>
> This survey is part of Heather O'Brien's PhD research at Dalhousie
> University
> that is investigating users' experiences with websites.  You may complete
> the
> survey at your convenience.  Your participation is voluntary and
> anonymous.
> The study runs May 18-31, 2007.
>
> If you have any questions about this study, please contact us at the
> Centre for
> Management Informatics at Dalhousie University: hci at dal.ca
>
> Researchers: Heather O'Brien & Dr. Elaine Toms
>
>
>
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