17 January 2014
Calling all digital media lovers
Take part in Digital Rhythms and you can win an iPad mini
Do you live in a student share house with high speed broadband? Do you use social media and smartphones daily? Take part in this research and you can win an iPad mini.
Digital Rhythms: an ethnographic study of digital content in Australia is a research project run by RMIT in conjunction with the global auditing firm KPMG.
This project aims to capture the everyday digital media use of a small group of households. As part of the study, you will receive three visits to your house where you and your co-habitants will talk about your daily use of digital media.
To be eligible to participate, you must live in a student share house in Melbourne or Sydney.
You will receive an iPad mini or another device of similar value after the third visit.
For more information, contact Dr Victor Albert.