If you can find 8 minutes sometime during this holiday weekend, you might want to participate in a research study being conducted at the University of Connecticut. I personally love it when good research is done to further some aspect of life. In this case, the goal is to learn more about scrapbookers desired use of audio in preserving memories.
Here’s a portion of the letter you’ll find on the survey page:
Thank you for taking the time to read this email about a research project that is being conducted at the University of Connecticut. This research is being performed to understand the preferences and desires of people who participate in scrapbooking. Our research is intended to assess if scrapbook creators and users would value the ability to add audio content to traditional scrapbooks to enrich the scrapbooking experience.
This three-page survey should take less than 8 minutes to complete. As with all academic research, your responses are confidential and will only be used in the aggregate.
If you are interested in obtaining a copy of our research results, there is an optional question in the survey where you can supply your email.
Should you have any questions or concerns about our research and this process, you may contact Professor Luke Weinstein at firstname.lastname@example.org or (860) 728-2170.
Thank you in advance for your participation.
By the way … I’m hanging these reclaimed (and very rustic) letters in my new office today.
They make me happy!