Researchers from McMaster University, Ontario Tech University and the University at Buffalo are conducting a study on digital literacy training initiatives for the general public led by public libraries. CULC and CFLA are two of the partner organizations on this SSHRC-funded project. The attached letter of information provides more details about the study.
Please forward this email to administrators and instructors in your library who may be interested in completing a survey. The first 200 library administrators and 300 library instructors who fill out a survey are eligible to receive an optional $20 Amazon gift card.
Library administrators are asked to fill out the following 30-minute survey: https://uoit.az1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_0fbQNjCbPdQDNMG.
Instructors are asked to fill out the following 30-minute survey: https://uoit.az1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_56WIcRYLi1uZ4Gy.
Instructors at the end of their survey will be asked if they can advertise a 15-minute survey to adult end-users in their classes. The first 300 instructors who fill out a survey and agree to advertise the end-user survey to adults in their classes are eligible to receive an optional, additional $5 towards their Amazon gift card.
The researchers will not tell anyone who has or has not participated in the study.
This study has been reviewed and cleared by the McMaster Research Ethics Board and the Ontario Tech Research Ethics Board. If you have any questions or comments about this study, please contact email@example.com.