Thursday, April 26, 2012

LEGO Fan Survey




LEGO is conducting another survey. This time a large one and we as part of the LEGO Community were asked to spread the word.


Dear LEGO fan,

The LEGO fan community is important to us. To improve and support the LEGO fan community we have partnered with Aarhus University, Denmark, and DePaul University, Chicago, to carry out this survey. The survey is part of a large ongoing research project aimed at better understanding user activities and interactions in communities.

We would greatly appreciate if you would complete the questionnaire (see link below). It will take you approx. 20-30 minutes. Please note that you must be at least 13 years old to take this survey.

The survey ends by May, 17, 2012 (midnight GMT). All responses are strictly confidential. We will share the top line findings (in English) with you once we have analyzed the data.

Thank you very much for your help!

Kind regards,

Jan Beyer, Community Operations Manager EU/Asia
James Foulds, Community Operations Senior Manager, Americas/Australia
Tormod Askildsen, Head of the LEGO Community Events & Engagement team


If you have questions regarding the research, please contact Yun Mi Antorini (in English) on this mail address: Yun.Mi.Antorini@LEGO.com


And below the surveys links, in four languages for you convenience (a Chinese version will follow shortly)

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