Research supervisors and information literacy - prize draw for survey participants

Added by Stephane Goldstein on 15 February 2011 19:11

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The start date of the survey (and hence prize draw entry) is 23 February 2011. The intended closing date is 25 March 2011, though this may be extended to allow for further survey responses. Follow the links to go to the research supervisor survey and the research student survey. Background information on the study can be found here.

No purchase is necessary, but only survey respondents may enter the prize draw.

There is one prize draw for respondents of the supervisor survey, and one prize draw for respondents of the research student survey. Only respondents who choose to enter the prize draw will be entered.

The only restrictions on the prize draw are that:

  • Supervisors complete the supervisor survey
  • Current research students studying at PhD or equivalent-level complete the research student survey
  • Survey responses that are considered by the study team to have been completed spuriously (eg contain nonsense answers) will be rejected
  • Multiple answers from the same person will be rejected

The winner of each prize draw will randomly selected from the set of entered respondents.

Each prize draw has a single a £100 Amazon Gift Certificate as the prize. No prize substitution is possible. The prize is subject to any conditions imposed by Amazon. No further conditions are imposed.

The person overseeing the prize draw is the study manager: Matt Shreeve at Curtis+Cartwright Consulting Limited (

Our decision is final and there is no right to appeal.

The winner will be notified by the end of April 2011 by email. The winner will then receive a Gift Certificate as per the ‘Email a Gift Certificate’ option at . Further attempts will be made to contact the winner by email if the winner does not respond in the first instance.

The result or winner will not be announced, and there is no intention to use prize draw information for promotional purposes.

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