Sydney for All and Accessible Destination Experiences Questionnaire
Introduction - Sydney for All & Accessible Destination Experiences - Evaluation
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Sydney for All & Accessible Destination Experiences Evaluation You have reached this site having visited the Sydney for All website or undertaken one of the accessible destination experiences listed on the website.
The questionnaire is part of the feedback for a research study conducted by the University of Technology, Sydney in partnership with the Tourism and Transport Forum (TTF), Tourism New South Wales and National Parks & Wildlife Services (NPWS), and was funded by the Sustainable Tourism Cooperative Research Centre.
Your feedback is encouraged to evaluate your experience with the outcome of the research which is the Sydney for All website and the accessible destination experiences.
The questionnaire was designed for people with disabilities to answer. However, we welcome carers/attendants, family or friends completing the survey based on the access needs of those who they travel with. For example, if you are a parent of a child with a disability you should answer the questionnaire based on the access needs of your child.
The questionnaire is designed to gather feedback on one or multiple accessible destination experiences as well as feedback on the Sydney for All website generally.
The questionnaire will take about 5 minutes to complete.
Alternative formats If you require an alternative format or would like to complete this questionnaire by phone, please contact: Dr. Simon Darcy Faculty of Business University of Technology, Sydney Ph: 02 9514-5100 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Ethics All responses are anonymous and confidential. The project has been approved by the UTS Human Research Ethics Committee (Ref No. 2006-24A) and any ethical issues arising from the research can be discussed with the UTS Research Ethics Manager Ms Susanna Gorman on Ph: 02 9514-1279
Further information about the research project can be found on: http://www.business.uts.edu.au/lst/research/research_projects.html