My PhD research explores the ways in which the digital world is shaping the Anzac centenary. As part of my project, I’d like to examine how digital technologies (like computers and smart phones) and internet resources (like social media, family history websites and blogs) will help us prepare for, record and communicate our experiences, and the experiences of others, in April 2015.

I’m looking for your help to complete my research.

The centenary of the First World War is taking place in a highly connected digital world. The project will connect with Australians interested in Anzac Day 2015 and capture how they are using digital media to record, understand and communicate their experiences of Anzac Day 2015.

This online survey invites you to reflect upon your engagement with Anzac Day before, during and after April 25th 2015. You can just fill out the brief survey if you like – it takes about 10 minutes.

Should you wish to contribute further to the project, you can send me your email contact details as part of the survey form. With your consent, I would be interested to follow your Anzac related social media activity before, during and after Anzac Day 2015, and/or interview you about it.

The UNSW ADFA Human Ethics Advisory Panel has approved this project (HREA Panel Ref: A-15-08)