MSU Internet Survey

2016 MSU Internet and Technology User Experience Survey

In the spring of 2016, UARC conducted its fourth MSU Internet and Technology User Experience Survey. The intent of the survey was to gather information on how the MSU community uses computers and mobile technology.

The Technical Report presents basic findings from the survey, but it is hoped that others will conduct analyses and generate reports, presentations, and other materials that meet their particular needs. Data, tables, charts, and other materials can be used by any individual or group for any purpose, so long as the survey is properly cited. The author appreciates being notified when results of the survey are used (though doing so is not required), in order to gauge its usefulness to the community.

Direct references to the Technical Report (including use of any charts, tables, etc. provided therein) should cite it as follows:

Pierce, G. L. (2016). 2016 Michigan State University Internet and Technology User Experience Survey: Results and Analysis. East Lansing, MI: Michigan State University, Usability/Accessibility Research and Consulting. Retrieved from http://usability.msu.edu/techsurvey/

Any research, publications, presentations, or other work based on supplemental materials or raw data should cite it as follows:

Pierce, G. L. (2016). 2016 Michigan State University Internet and Technology User Experience Survey [Data file and supplemental materials]. East Lansing, MI: Michigan State University, Usability/Accessibility Research and Consulting. Retrieved from http://usability.msu.edu/techsurvey/

Any questions about the report, data, or survey should be directed to Graham L. Pierce, Senior Accessibility Specialist, Michigan State University Usability/Accessibility Research and Consulting at glpierce@msu.edu. Feedback and suggestions for changes to future rounds of the survey are appreciated.

2016 Tech Report, Data Files, and Supporting Materials

2016 Media Coverage

2015 MSU Internet and Technology User Experience Survey

In the spring of 2015, UARC conducted its third MSU Internet and Technology User Experience Survey. This survey collected data on how the MSU community uses technology and provided participants with the opportunity to have their voices heard about what the university should target in the future.

Publications or research based on the data should cite the report as follows:

Pierce, G. L. (2015). 2015 Michigan State University Internet and Technology User Experience Survey: Results and Analysis. East Lansing, MI: Michigan State University, Usability/Accessibility Research and Consulting.

Any questions about the report or survey should be directed to Graham L. Pierce at glpierce@msu.edu.

2015 Tech Report, Data Files, and Supporting Materials

2015 Media Coverage

2012 MSU Internet Use and Opinion Survey

In the spring of 2012, UARC conducted the second Michigan State University Internet Use and Opinion Survey (also called the MSU Internet and Mobile Technology Survey). The intent of the survey was to gather information on how the MSU community uses computers and mobile technology, and determine what information would be most important to have on an MSU mobile site.

Publications or research based on the data should cite the report as follows:

Pierce, G. L., Sawaya, S., & Swierenga, S. J. (2015). 2012 MSU Internet Use and Opinion Survey: Results and Analysis. East Lansing, MI: Michigan State University, Usability/Accessibility Research and Consulting.

Any questions about the report or survey should be directed to Graham L. Pierce at glpierce@msu.edu.

2012 Tech Report, Data Files, and Supporting Materials

2011 MSU Internet Use and Opinion Survey

In the spring of 2011, UARC conducted the first Michigan State University Internet Use and Opinion Survey (also called the MSU Internet and Mobile Technology Survey). The intent of the survey was to gather baseline information on how the MSU community uses computers and mobile technology, and determine what information would be most important to have on an MSU mobile site.

Publications or research based on the data should cite the report as follows:

Pierce, G. L., Coursaris, C., Elledge, M. E., Mabuza, G., Mulder, D., Sung, J., Swierenga, S. J. (2011). 2011 MSU Internet Use and Opinion Survey: Results and Analysis. East Lansing, MI: Michigan State University, Usability/Accessibility Research and Consulting.

Any questions about the report or survey should be directed to Graham L. Pierce at glpierce@msu.edu.

2011 Tech Report, Data Files, and Supporting Materials

2011 Media Coverage