Vertigo are asking students from around UTS to respond to a survey on student media that will help to shape future direction. Help your students have their say and a chance to win a voucher by passing on the details below.

Students who answer the survey get a chance to win!

Is your student media doing a good job at serving its audience? We want to know! 
The student media survey is now open, and we want to know what YOU want from your student publications. All students who fill out the survey have a chance to win a cool one of ten $100 vouchers. 
Hurry – survey closes Friday 26 May 2023.

What is Vertigo?

Vertigo Magazine is UTS’ student publication curated by a hearty team of student editors. Vertigo is FREE to pick up on stands all over campus, all year round. There are two print editions each semester and the official Vertigo website.

Every student voice is valuable and all are encouraged to contribute, regardless of faculty or expertise. Our content lives with a social conscience, both online and offline, as we bring you an experimental, edgy and innovative take to your student life. 

The Vertigo team is elected each year by the UTS student body. 

Why are we doing research?

We are conducting a research project looking at the role Vertigo magazine plays on campus and the changing media landscape. Together with the DVC, we are exploring how each of the UTS faculties engage and the opportunities that may exist to foster a sense of community by providing a platform for students to express themselves and share information.  

The survey will help us gather valuable insights from students about their media consumption habits and preferences, as well as their expectations and suggestions for improving the media offerings on campus. This information will be instrumental in shaping the future of student media.  

We have a set target response rate by each faculty, to ensure the team make an informed decision representing each cohort.   

The survey should take approximately 5-10 minutes to complete. 

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