[NTLK] Participants required for "community" research survey
tech_ed at yahoo.com
Fri Mar 16 16:14:54 EDT 2012
This is becoming a common occurrence...Isn't this the second time someone wrote about us so far?
It should be interesting to fill out her survey to see what kinds of questions she can come up with to help categorize us...Because I can say that we are quite the diverse group with a common association...
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From: Grant Hutchinson <grant at splorp.com>
To: NewtonTalk List <newtontalk at newtontalk.net>
Sent: Friday, March 16, 2012 12:02 PM
Subject: [NTLK] Participants required for "community" research survey
I little while ago, I was contacted by Maggie Matear, a project researcher and PhD candidate at Queen's University (Kingston, Ontario).
She asked if the NewtonTalk community would be interested in helping her collect data for her thesis on the topic of "Characteristics of Community Members".
I thought ... why not?
Here is the introduction that she provided:
Hi everyone, my name is Maggie Matear and I'm a PhD student at
Queen's University in Kingston, Canada. For my thesis, I'm
studying factors that make communities successful.
The NewtonTalk community is a really interesting one, and I would
be grateful if you could take a few minutes to fill out my
survey. Your answers are anonymous.
If you provide your email address you'll be entered in one of
five draws for a $50 Amazon gift certificate (your email is not
stored with your answers).
The link to the survey is here:
The link will be open until the end of March.
Thanks very much for your help.
Please consider participating in this survey. Thanks.
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