Via Chad Orzel’s blog, a survey and raffle
Over at Chad Orzel’s Uncertain Principles blog, he mentions that a colleague of his is doing a research project with a summer student, about physics education.
You can help. Because they need data. There’s a survey, and the more people participate, the better.
More participants = better science! You want better science, don’t you? Of course you do.
It’s short, it’s painless, and to entice you to take part, they’ll automatically enter you into a raffle for a new Google Nexus 7 32gb tablet.
Yes, they’ll need to take your email address (so they can inform you if you win), but they won’t use it for nefarious purposes. Because they are scientists. They will not spam you. Trust me.
Here’s the quote, with survey address, lifted from Chad’s blog:
I’m doing a summer research project at Union College with a student, and I need as many people as possible to fill out a survey that we created. If you complete the survey by 11:59pm (EST) on Sunday, August 11, 2013, you will be entered into a raffle to win a Google Nexus 7 Tablet (32Gb), and you will receive an additional entry into the raffle for each person that lists you as a referrer. You can find the survey at http://tinyurl.com/q7pmzlh. It should only take 5-15 minutes. Thanks!
The scientists themselves remain intriguingly anonymous. I assume, so as not to unduly influence you with their mellifluous cognomens.