Survey of people over the age of 60 who use the Internet and other Information Technologies
The aim of this “Internet and Information Technology Users Survey” is to find out how and why people over the age of 60 use the Internet and to get a better understanding of the problems they encounter when using information technologies.
Roger Hudson and Peter Hindmarsh, baby-boomers themselves, are conducting the survey to find ways of improving the Internet and other information technologies to better meet the needs of older users.
The survey results will be used strictly for research and will not be sold, passed on or used for any other purposes.
The survey contains 18 main questions and 4 optional questions. If you are willing to help, please answer as many questions as you can. Please complete the survey once only.
As a small incentive, we are offering you the opportunity to win one of five $20 Amazon Gift Cards. (This offer is now closed)
For more information please contact Roger Hudson by phone: (Australia) 0405 320 014 or e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Update – survey time extended
We initially intended to close the survey at the end of December 2010, however we have now decided to keep the survey open for a few more months. The competition with Amazon Gift cards as prizes however is closed and the winners will be contacted shortly.
Please complete the survey if you haven’t already done so and pass on information about it to other people over the age of 60 who you think might be interested.