Photo by Marcello Graciolli on flickr

Photo by Marcello Graciolli on flickr

Are you a regular user of the Internet in Thailand? Then this survey is for you!

The survey is led by a team of researchers from the University of Washington who are studying how people use the Internet in Thailand. The research team is interested in all Internet users who spend at least one month in the country each year. Whether you are Thai or foreign, living in Thailand or living elsewhere, the team wants to hear what you think.

The survey is about 25 questions and should take less than 20 minutes to complete. Responses will help the team understand users’ concerns, desire, and opinions about the Thai Internet. Information collected will be used in an academic paper, which will be made publicly available. All responses are anonymous.

Readers are also free to pass the survey on, post it on social media and distribute it widely.

The survey can be accessed here.

And if you have further questions feel free to contact research team member Gennie Gebhart:

Gennie Gebhart
University of Washington
Information School / Department of Computer Science & Engineering