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Student Research Conference 2012

Today (14 March 2012) I will be presenting some of my research at the University of Portsmouth.  The event is organised by the School of Computing every year and local business leaders are invited to attend to review the work being done by students within the University.  This year I have been invited to participate and present findings from a pilot study that I have conducted as part of my final year project.  I took part during my first year when I demonstrated a web-based portfolio of my work and assessments.

Poster for Student Research Conference
Poster prepared for Student Research Conference 2012

The event will take place at Lion Gate 2.4c from 14:00.  I am hoping to collect some additional data whilst talking to other students and delegates that are attending.  A questionnaire based on the Google Forms questionnaire will be distributed to visitors in the hope that they can spare a few minutes to support the project and add to the sample that has been collected already (64 up to 14/3/2012).

Help with final year Project


Please use the link provided to help me with my final year project.  The project is a study of eDemocracy.

Edemocracy is basically the use of Information Communication Technologies (ICT); such as smart phones, laptops and computers, to allow the public to engage with the Government or Local Council in the management of society.

Here is the link to the questionnaire: http://goo.gl/XEYg0

It only takes 5 minutes to complete.  Your details will not be recorded and your identity will remain anonymous at all times.  The questionnaire has undergone an ethical review process and meets the University of Portsmouth Ethical Policies.

Please forward this to as many of your friends as possible.