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This online study is gathering information on how adults (over 21) Delawareans feel about alcohol shipping and delivery to Delaware residences. While this is not currently possible for Delaware residents this survey will help to gauge the level of support for this. Participants have been contacted by mail using an ABS sampling frame and acce ss the survey online is only by using a unique household ID. No information collected will be tied to participants household or any identifiable information.
research has been reviewed according to the University of Delaware IRB
procedures for research involving human subjects.
Any questions about the research study, please
contact the Project Manager, Rebecca Gross at (302) 831-8406 or if you have any
questions about your rights as a participant in this study please
contact the University's Research Office at (302) 831-2137.
To COMPLETE ONLINE follow this link: Alcohol Shipping in Delaware Opinion Survey
Make sure to enter the ID number found on the letter or postcard you received in the mail.
This telephone study is conducted for the Delaware Department of Transportation
(DelDOT). It provides useful information to policy makers within DelDOT
to determine the need for transportation services throughout the State.
In addition, the data are spatially mapped utilizing GIS software to
provide detailed information for infrastructure planning. Specifically
we collect information on ~ Travel patterns ~ Commute times ~ Mode of
transportation (e.g. driving, biking, walking, etc) ~ Assess the use and
need for public transportation.
For more information contact: Anson Gock, Planner V at DelDOT, Phone: 302-760-2523 or Email: Anson.Gock@delaware.gov
We are investigating
the influence of the Covid-19 pandemic on the way people in Delaware
travel to meet their essential needs, shop and get to work. Monitoring
and analysis of the changes in travel behavior will help for more
efficient planning and management in the future.
this research study is voluntary. If you
decide to participate, you may withdraw at any time. The procedure
involves an online survey that will take
about 5-10 minutes. Responses will be kept completely confidential and
all data is
stored in a password protected electronic format. To help protect
confidentiality, the surveys will not contain information that will
personally identify respondents and will only be used by the UD
research, education, and planning purposes.
To COMPLETE ONLINE follow this link: Travel Behavior Study
Make sure to enter the Household ID number found on the postcard you received in the mail.
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Youve been contacted by the University of Delawares Center for Applied Demography & Survey Research Center (CADSR). We greatly appreciate your participation in the important research projects we conduct. Please read below for answers to frequently asked questions.
What and who is the Survey Research Center?
CADSR provides a resource for both the University of Delaware and state researchers in Delaware to collect data for their survey research projects.
I received a letter/email, what does that mean?
If youve received a letter or an email from CADSR, it is likely that you are being notified in advance that a researcher would like to contact you for participation in a survey. The letter should identify the research projects name, the name of the researcher responsible for the project, and explain the background of the research project and what you will be asked to do. There should be a phone number and email address that you can use to contact CADSR for more information.
I was contacted by phone, what does that mean?
If youve received a phone call or voice mail message from CADSR, we are most likely inviting you to participate in a research project or trying to conduct a survey over the phone. The interviewer calling you should have provided the name of the project and a direct phone number to reach staff associated with the project.
What if I am not sure which project I'm being contacted for?
Please contact our office and we will be happy to help you. You can email Rebecca Gross at firstname.lastname@example.org.
How did CADSR get my name, address, or phone number?
The research projects conducted by CADSR have a variety of sources for the names of invited participants and their contact information. For instance, perhaps you participated in an earlier component of a project and the associated researcher would like to conduct a follow-up interview. On other projects your phone number may have been randomly generated. On yet other projects, your membership in some population may explain why you were invited (member of an organization, licensed to practice in Delaware, a resident of a specific county, etc.).If you received a letter or email, the source of your contact information may be included. Likewise, if you are contacted by phone, the research assistant calling you can provide this information.
Who is in charge of CADSR?
CADSR operates under the leadership of its Director, Edward Ratledge.