[Air-l] online consent forms

Stuart Offenbach stuartio at purdue.edu
Thu Jul 19 15:04:56 PDT 2001


There are few standards for electronic consents, or for verifying such
consents.  I suggest you look at some experiments at the following sites where
you can get some ideas from what others have done.

The following site is sponsored by the American Psychological Association:

This next site is sponsored by the Social Psychology Network:

Laura Gurak wrote:

> I am part of a study here that will involve using the Web to recruit
> subjects and then "sign" an online consent form. We don't want to make
> people print and mail/fax the form. We want to do everything online with an
> eye of course on confidentiality and other traditional human subjects
> concerns.
> Can anyone recommend some good examples of online consent forms? Or some
> articles on the subject?
> Thanks, Laura Gurak
> ----------------
> Laura J. Gurak, Ph.D. Associate Professor
> Rhetoric Department, University of Minnesota
> 1994 Buford Ave., St. Paul, MN 55108  v 612-624-3773
> also--Director, Internet Studies Center -- www.isc.umn.edu
> Faculty Fellow, Law School
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