The following letter is a message from graduate students at Simon Fraser University, asking for the EMiC community’s participation in a survey about student involvement in DH projects. A great opportunity for both students and faculty to share their experience with collaborative research, the survey closes in one week. Read below for more information:
We are a group of graduate students from Simon Fraser University working on a collaborative essay under the supervision of Dr. Michelle Levy about the role of student labour, training and collaboration in Digital Humanities projects. To this end, we have constructed two surveys to gather anecdotal and quantitative evidence about student involvement.
There are two survey options, one for student researchers and one for grant-holding faculty researchers, which can be found below:
Students: Click here to take the student survey.
We welcome your participation, and invite you to circulate this survey widely amongst your students and colleagues. The survey will be available until 11:59 P.M. (PST) on Monday, November 25th, 2013.
A copy of the aggregated findings of this survey will be available to all participants.
Thanks and best,
Katrina Anderson, Lindsey Bannister, Janey Dodd, Deanna Fong and Lindsey Seatter
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