[NTLK] Participants required for "community" research survey
lordgroundhog at gmail.com
Sat Mar 17 09:15:52 EDT 2012
~~~ On 2012/03/16 16:02, Grant Hutchinson at grant at splorp.com wrote ~~~
> Hello everyone.
> 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
> I thought ... why not?
> The link to the survey is here:
Answered the survey last night. Interesting questions, although I had my
doubts about asking us about whether we spend time doing things for "the
community" when we'd rather be doing something else. Now, there certainly
are communities where that possibility exists, and I'm curious to see what
kind of data she produces about them, but I'd have liked to seen an option
for "not applicable" with those and a few other questions where the survey
didn't feel flexible enough.
Here's hoping we get to see the results; otherwise I'll be trawling the
theses publications from Queen's U. :-) Thanks for passing this on, Grant.
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