UML Survey For Programmers


Dwayne Anius

I am currently conducting a study that focuses primarily on how
programmers work with UML specifications. I would like to invite
members to participate. I also encourage members to distribute the
link to this survey to anyone (in your organization or others in the
field) that has some familiarity with UML and would be able to
complete the survey.

Participation in this survey can be completely anonymous and access to
your data will be limited to persons associated with this research
project. I am not asking any personal questions likely to identify you
or your organization and as a result there is no risk associated with
participating in this survey.

Participation in this survey is completely voluntary. If you have
started the survey, and would like to end your participation at any
time for any reason you can do so by simply closing the browser page.
If you do not want your responses to be included, just indicate this
in any of the comment boxes and your data will be destroyed. The basic
survey can be completed in less than 15 minutes, but there are also
opportunities to add comments where you wish.

There are two main benefits of participating in this survey. First the
data gathered from responses to this survey will contribute to
coursework being undertaken and may be published in the hopes it can
help guide how the UML is used and evolves. Second, I will provide a
summary of the results to those who request them when I have
sufficient responses.

Thanks for your support. If you have any questions or would like to
receive the results of this research, let me know by sending me an
email. If you don't wish to be involved in any future research, just
respond to this email and say "Not interested" or something like that
and I will take you off the list.

If you have any other questions regarding your rights as a participant
in this research, you may also contact the Office of Research Services
at the University of Lethbridge at 403-329-2747 or
(e-mail address removed).

Thanks for your support and I look forward to receiving responses to
this survey

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