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Take Short on Technology and win $100

Take Short on Technology and win $100

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Dear 'Edutopia' Member,. You are being asked to take part in this electronic survey as part of doctoral research being conducted by Seamus Clune with Eastern University. As a K-12 teacher, your participation is very important to understanding the influence of online communities of practice in education. (Edutopis is an online communities of practice website) This survey is designed to provide information regarding your perception of the following: a) your principal; b) your own teaching; and c) your use of technology.. . https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/8LQ9XZX. . This is a request for completely voluntary participation, and your responses will remain totally anonymous – neither your name nor any identifying information will be asked or recorded by the researcher. Your participation in the survey should take about 8 minutes. At the conclusion of the survey you will be eligible to win a $100 Amazon gift card through ePrize. If you are interested in being included in the sweepstakes you will need to provide personal information to ePrize. This study has been reviewed and approved by the Eastern University Institutional Review Board. If you have questions or concerns regarding this study you may call the Institutional Review Board (IRB) at 610-341-5800 or email the IRB Chair at irb@eastern.edumailto:irb@eastern.edu

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