March 01, 2010

McMaster University Ombuds Survey Entices With Netbook Prize

Students at the public university in Hamilton, Ontario are being surveyed about their awareness of the campus Ombuds office. Students who complete the survey are eligible to win a Netbook with Windows 7. The survey resembles a "push poll" in that it seeks to educate participants rather than soliciting critical feedback. Although the McMaster Ombuds program also serves faculty and staff, only students are eligible. (MSU Ombuds Survey.)

Related posts: McMaster U. Ombuds Profiled; 2009 Report From McMaster University Ombuds Focuses on Unique Role; McGill Surveys Students to Develop Ombuds Mandate; Central Washington University Surveys Ombuds Users; University of Waterloo Ombuds Surveys Visitors.

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