Since 2010, what’s changed in social media? The arrival of Snapchat and Instagram are two tsunami-like changes. People use Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter in different, unforeseen ways. Pandora is more than a fable and Spotify actually means something. What’s changed in social media? What hasn’t?
UMSL last studied the social and traditional media habits of our students, faculty, staff and alumni in 2010. Today is when the institution begins taking a new look at the campus’s use of media and the ways in which the various campus groups want to be in communication with the school.
With the initiation of the 2015 UMSL Media Survey, UMSL is asking you what media you use and why, when, where and how you want to be communicated with.
Complete the survey, enter to win cool prizes.
In addition to the benefit of helping UMSL learn how best to communicate with its community, those who complete the survey will have a chance to win one of 50 great prizes, including a GoPro Hero camera, Bluetooth speakers, Skullcandy earbuds, selfie sticks and much more.
The survey is designed to take 7-15 minutes to complete in one session. As an anonymous survey, once participants “submit” their answers, they are taken to a separate site to register for the prize drawings. The survey will remain open through the end of April. It can be found at: http://umsl.edu/go/CFh.