I was contacted by a professor who is looking for help with getting 300 answers (or more) for a Victoria University of Wellington survey on smartphones and mobile data usage - respondents will be in to win $200.
This is a Victoria University of Wellington research project on the use of mobile information systems in the workplace.
If you are currently using a mobile device enabled with data capability (e.g. mobile email, mobile Internet, mobile business applications etc) for work purposes, then we invite you to complete a survey questionnaire. It should take you approximately 12 minutes to complete the survey, which is anonymous and will be available until the 25th of December 2009.
By completing the questionnaire you will be entered in draw to win a prize of $200. Please use the following link to access the survey:
Your participation is important and will help to improve the understanding of the adoption and use of mobile technology. Should you require any further information about this project, please contact Eusebio Scornavacca at (04) 463 6697 or email firstname.lastname@example.org or Professor Sid Huff at (04) 463-5819 or email email@example.com.
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