The State University of New York at Cortland has a widely recognized Recreation and Leisure Studies Department with a large number of therapeutic recreation majors. They are in the process of updating their Inclusive Recreation Resource Center which is maintained by the colleges Recreation Department. They have contacted me and asked me to pass on their information survey form which will be used as a tool to help update the website.
Invitation to participate in the Inclusive Recreation Resource Center Web Survey
Working with SUNY Cortland, the Inclusive Recreation Resource Center is completing a survey to get your input on our website and online recreation database. Prior to completing the survey, please visit and explore our website at http://www.inclusiverec.org. Also, while on the Center’s website, be sure to visit the online recreation database. You can find it by choosing “Resource Center” in the navigation bar or “Find Recreation” button on the right-side navigation. Please take a few moments to familiarize yourself with the database and the information it contains to best answer some of the following questions.
The survey link is provided below.
Could you take a few minutes to complete the survey? The survey will ask you to evaluate our website and provide your feedback on improving our website and online recreation database.
We ask that an adult at least 18 years or older complete the survey. The survey should take about 15-30 minutes of your time. To assure anonymity, please do not place any names or personal information on the survey. Your participation is completely voluntary. You may end the survey at any time you wish not to participate. By completing the survey, you have given your informed consent to participate.
The link to the survey is: “http://survey.cortland.edu/TakeSurvey.aspx?SurveyID=983Jl86”
Once you have completed the survey, please choose the “DONE” button on the bottom of the survey.
Please complete the survey by December 7, 2012.
We would like to thank you for taking your time to complete the survey. Your participation will help us gather the information we need to improve our website and database.
If you have any questions about the survey, feel free to contact Dr. Lynn Anderson, Recreation, Parks and Leisure Studies Department at SUNY Cortland (607)-753-4942.
Thank you so much for helping the Inclusive Recreation Resource Center to shape our website, allowing us to best meet the needs of the community.
The Inclusive Recreation Resource Center