Electric scooters have become a hot topic in Aotearoa New Zealand cities over the last few months. Whether you’ve used a scooter or not, UC researchers urge you to complete their Electric Scooters in NZ Cities survey.
Dr Helen Fitt from UC’s Department of Geography | Te Tari Mātai Matawhenua says “we are trying to get a broad range of perspectives on scooter use as part of a wider project on the impacts of emerging transport technologies. Compared to more established modes of transport, there has been little systematic research exploring scooter use. This makes it difficult to assess the potential social, health, and environmental impacts of scooter use. Without this data, it will be challenging to establish evidence-based views and policy.”
Anonymous survey data will later be made publicly available helping to fill the data gaps that currently exist.
The researchers add “we really want to hear from you regardless of whether you think scooters are an urban scourge, an absolute delight, or something in between. Please feel free to share the survey link widely. We would love to hear from people all over Aotearoa New Zealand and with all sorts of different views”.
Survey link: tinyurl.com/yy2eeldw
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A group of researchers at UC would like to better understand how people’s cognitive styles, mindsets and discovery behaviours affect their entrepreneurial intentions.
UC students from all degrees and study levels are eligible to take part in this research. Interested? Complete an online survey and go into the draw to win a $20 Westfield gift card.
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As members of our campus community, your views and opinions are greatly valued. On behalf of the University of Canterbury and Campus Living Villages we wish to extend an invitation to you to participate in the Student Accommodation Survey, a benchmark research study amongst undergraduate and postgraduate students undertaking their studies in New Zealand.
The survey focuses on students’ needs, wants and expectations with regard to student accommodation and is conducted by EduWorld, a global education market research firm. This survey – which mainly consists of multiple choice questions – requires approximately 15 minutes of your time.
The first 400 people who qualify, complete the survey and provide their contact details will receive a $10 flexi eGift card as a thank you for their time. The flexi eGift card can be used as a donation at Child Fund New Zealand or World Animal Protection, or redeemed at iTunes, Domino’s, Farmers, JB Hi-Fi or Magshop.
Please be assured that your responses to the survey will remain anonymous, any personal information collected by EduWorld is for the sole purpose of fulfilling distribution of the egift cards and will not be shared with the University or used in any other manner.
The survey can be accessed by clicking on the following link (if the link does not load properly please copy and paste the link into your web browser):
We encourage you to complete the survey at your earliest convenience. Remember, only the first 400 people to complete the survey and provide their contact details will receive a $10 flexi eGift card!
Thank you in advance for your contribution to this important research study and good luck with your studies.