Please participate: UniMelb Wi-Fi Location Data Acceptability Survey
Participants wanted from the UniMelb community for study on Wi-Fi location data use in university research and services — $500 cash prize
Researchers from the Living Lab for Urban Mobility and Adaptive Space at the University of Melbourne are looking for volunteers for a study about the acceptability of the use of Wi-Fi location data in university research and services. Participants must be members of the University of Melbourne community; that is, University of Melbourne students (either under- or post-graduate), University of Melbourne staff (either academic and non-academic), or other people who work on the University of Melbourne campus.
The experiment is an online study that is to be completed on your personal computer or device. It involves completing a survey in which you will respond to hypothetical scenarios that depict the use of Wi-Fi location data on the University of Melbourne campus. The survey is estimated to take around twenty to thirty minutes and you will be reimbursed for your time by being entered in the draw to win $500 cash.
Please note your participation is voluntary and that you are free to withdraw from the project at any time without explanation or prejudice and to withdraw any unprocessed data you have provided. Withdrawing from the project will not affect your relationship with the Melbourne School of Psychological Sciences and will not affect any ongoing assessment or treatment that you would otherwise be eligible for.
The study is conducted by researchers at The University of Melbourne in the Faculty of Medicine, Dentistry and Health Services, and approved by the Human Research Ethics Committee of The University of Melbourne [HREC Number: 1955555.1 ; Human Research Ethics, Office for Research Ethics and Integrity, University of Melbourne, VIC 3010. Tel: +61 3 8344 2073 or Email: HumanEthicscomplaints@unimelb.edu.au].