[games_access] How to recruit participants for a study

Thomas Westin thomas at westin.nu
Mon Apr 4 01:33:53 EDT 2016

Hi Yiyi,

I agree with Ian, it is usually easiest to go with local organisations

It also depends on the type of study you want to do; if it is a survey you may want to reach a broad audience, but if it is more case study or observation you definitely should try to local organisations first.  

You can also try snowballing; if you do a first pilot interview with one person, you can ask him/her to give you names of a few friends, and then do another round of data collection with them, and then ask them for their friends …


> 30Mar 2016 kl. 00:22 skrev Yiyi Rose Liu <yiyiliu at cmail.carleton.ca>:
> Hello,
> I'm a graduate student working on a study relating to game accessibility. I require participants with mobility impairments, but am having trouble with recruitment. I was wondering how other researchers typically go about recruiting participants, and thought I'd come to this listserv for advice.
> Thanks in advance!
> Yiyi Rose Liu
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