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Social Acceptance of Wearable Mobile Devices During Different Activities (EXAMPLE)

The Frankfurt University of Applied Sciences cordially invites you to take part in a study on the social acceptance of mobile devices. This survey is part of our research in our institute and is for scientific purposes only. Participation in the survey is voluntary and can be canceled at any time without giving reasons. Your participation in this survey will help us in our work. The survey should only take 20 minutes.

All data is collected and stores anonymously. We thank you for your support and for your support.

Please read the informed consent for any questions regarding the survey.
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Informed Consent of Participation

You are invited to participate in the online study The Effect Of Context Of Use On The Social Acceptability of Mobile Devices initiated and conducted by Prof. Dr. Valentin Schwind. The research is supervised by at the University of Applied Sciences in Frankfurt. Please note:

  • Your participation is entirely voluntary
  • The online study will last approximately 20 minutes
  • We will record personal demographics (age, gender, etc.)
  • We may publish our results from this and other sessions in our reports, but all such reports will be confidential and will neither include your name nor cannot be associated with your identity

If you have any questions or complaints about the whole informed consent process of this research study or your rights as a human research subject, please contact Prof. Dr. Valentin Schwind (E-Mail: You should carefully read the information below. Please take as much time as you need to read the consent form.

1. Purpose and Goal of this Research

The purpose of this research is to understand the Effect of Context of Use on the Social Acceptability of VR Devices and our goal is to provide guidelines for designing VR devices Your participation will help us achieve this goal. The results of this research may be presented at scientific or professional meetings or published in scientific proceedings and journals.

2. Participation and Compensation

Your participation in this online study is completely voluntary. You will be one of approximately 60 people being surveyed for this research. You will receive no compensation. You may withdraw and discontinue participation at any time without penalty. If you decline to participate or withdraw from the online study, no one on the campus will be told. You may refuse to answer any questions you do not want to answer.

3. Procedure

After confirming your informed consent you will:

1. Participants answer demographic questions.
2. Participants will answer questions regarding Mobile Devices and Context.
3. Participants will provide their email-adress to receive a participation certificate. AMT workers receive their confirmation code.

The complete procedure of this online study will last approximately 20 minutes.

4. Risks and Benefits

There are no risks associated with this online study. Discomforts or inconveniences will be minor and are not likely to happen. If any discomforts become a problem, you may discontinue your participation. You will not directly benefit through participation in this online study. We hope that the information obtained from your participation may help to bring forward the research in this field.

5. Data Protection and Confidentiality

Personal data (age, gender, etc.) will be recorded while participation. The researcher will not identify you by your real name in any reports using information obtained from this online study and that your confidentiality as a participant in this online study will remain secure and encrypted. All data you provide in this online study will be published anonymized and treated confidentially in compliance with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) of the European Union (EU). Subsequent uses of records and data will be subject to standard data use policies. In all cases, uses of records and data will be subject to the GDPR. Faculty and administrators from the campus will not have access to raw data or transcripts. This precaution will prevent your individual comments from having any negative repercussions. This site uses cookies and other tracking technologies to conduct the research, to improve the user experience, the ability to interact with the system and to provide additional content from third parties. Despite careful control of content, the researchers assume no liability for damages, which directly or indirectly result from the use of this online application. Any recordings cannot be viewed by anyone outside this research project unless we have you sign a separate permission form allowing us to use them (see below). Records that have not been made public are automatically deleted after the end of the research. The records will be destroyed if you contact the researcher to destroy or delete them immediately. As with any publication or online related activity, the risk of a breach of confidentiality is always possible. According to the GDPR, the researchers will inform the participant if a breach of confidential data was detected.

6. Identification of Investigators

If you have any questions or concerns about the research, please feel free to contact:

Prof. Dr. Valentin Schwind
Principal Investigator
Human-Computer Interaction
Nibelungenplatz 1
60318 Frankfurt a. M., Germany