What's your brand and usage? Mobile technologies survey

@JCU What's your brand and usage? Mobile technologies survey

Chime in on mobile technologies survey

mobile survey

You are invited to take part in our survey about technology usage and brand preferences.

Smartphones, tablets and laptops are evolving ever so quickly in this day and age and we are hoping to study the current trends in this industry. Your input will be of great help to me as an Honours student working on my thesis.

The survey is completely anonymous and no personally identifiable data is collected. Participating in this survey is voluntary.

We’d like to hear from you. Please take this 15-minute survey to help out a fellow Honours student.

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https://jcus.au1.qualtrics.com/SE/?SID=SV_9tSxeVV91XAWeyN

Questions about the survey? Contact kokowin@my.jcu.edu.au

Thank you for taking the survey

Ko Ko Win

Honours Student

Details: 
You are invited to take part in a research project about the convergence of mobile technologies. Mobile technology has redefined the ways people interact with their smartphones, tablets and laptops as well as how marketers advertise these products. Please help us to understand the convergence of these technologies by completing this questionnaire. The survey is being conducted by Ko Ko Win under Professor Lynne Eagle’s supervision within the School of Business at James Cook University. 
The questionnaire should only take about 10-15 minutes to complete. Taking part in this study is completely voluntary and you can decline to participate or stop taking part in the study at any time without explanation or prejudice. You may also withdraw any unprocessed data from the study. 
Your responses are completely anonymous – no one will be identified or identifiable. Only aggregate data will be reported. The data from the study will be used in research publications and conference presentations.
If you have any questions about the study, please contact –
Ko Ko Win at kokowin@my.jcu.edu.au or Professor Lynne Eagle at lynne.eagle@jcu.edu.au
Principal Investigator
Ko Ko Win                                                              
Bachelor of Business                                        
James Cook University                                     
Phone 0402748646                                           
Supervisor
Professor Lynne Eagle
School of Business
James Cook University
Phone 47815717
If you have any concerns regarding the ethical conduct of the study, please contact:
Human Ethics, Research Office
James Cook University, Townsville, Qld, 4811 
Phone: (07) 4781 5011 (ethics@jcu.edu.au)