An 8-minute survey on academic developers’ academic backgrounds

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Prenosimo:

Dear academic development colleagues in Aotearoa New Zealand,

Thank you to those of you who have already participated in our study on the academic backgrounds of educational developers around the world.

So far, we’ve received over 800 responses, including 1 from Croatia. Developers’ locations (for those who answered this question) are shown in the graphic below.

If you’re still interested in participating in this 8-minute survey, please click on the following link to complete the online consent form and access the survey: https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/XFVMZZW

The survey remains open until this Friday 28 February 2014.

Please also feel free to forward this message to any colleagues in educational development around the world whom you think might be interested in participating.

Further details about the survey are given below. We’ll be presenting our initial findings at ICED 2014 in Stockholm.

Mnogo hvala for giving this your consideration.

Best wishes,

David A Green, PhD | Seattle University, WA, USA
Deandra Little, PhD | Elon University, NC, USA

FURTHER DETAILS

Definition:

By ‘educational developers,’ we mean people who are engaged in supporting academics (lecturers, faculty, etc.) to improve academic practice broadly (e.g., learning and teaching, research practice, e-learning, academic leadership). Also called ‘academic developers’ and ‘faculty developers’ in some parts of the world.

Purpose:

We aim to identify linkages between developers’ prior academic disciplines and their work in educational development with a view to enhancing developers’ success as agents of change in cross-disciplinary spaces.

Ethics approval:

This study has been approved by Seattle University’s Institutional Review Board. Full information is provided in the online consent form.

Link to survey: https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/XFVMZZW

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