A 3 min Survey for Online Masters Students 100 dollar Gift Cards

Discussion in 'Business and MBA degrees' started by Ed Fitch, Feb 19, 2018.

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  1. Ed Fitch

    Ed Fitch New Member

    Influencing a Swift Trust to Elevate Communications of a Virtual Learning Community

    Please tell me a little bit about your online academic experience by participating in a 3-minute₁ anonymous IRB approved survey. My name is Edward Fitch (Ed); I am a Doctoral Candidate at Abilene Christian University (ACU). As gratitude for your participation, you will be eligible to win one of three $100.00 Amazon Gift Cards in as many random drawings. You may be eligible to participate if you are a full or part-time “Online” Masters-level student of a “Business” or “Education” program in the United States.

    Your participation in a 3-minute anonymous survey may confirm concepts and strategies identified that could prove essential for maximizing a virtual learning experience. In responding to the 23-survey questions, I hope to gain valuable information from your thoughts surrounding your digital interactions with classmates. Should you meet the eligibility criteria, please know that your participation is strictly voluntary. Upon completion of the survey, you will find an optional link where you can register to win one of three $100.00 Amazon Gift Cards in as many random drawings. I provide my contact information on the first page of the survey should you have questions or comments. I will respond to all queries within 24-hours. To gain access to the survey and gift card opportunity place this secured SurveyMonkey link into your browser now. https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/swifttrust

    ₁ The average completion time for this survey is 3- 4 minutes.
     
  2. Kizmet

    Kizmet Moderator Staff Member

    I took the survey even though I’m not an mba student (sorry to mess up your results but you never know what will walk in the door if you leave it open). It was quite easy and seemed to focus on the relationships that form (or don’t) between students. It was interesting and fast. There were more than 23 questions though. I didn’t really care but if you’re going to specify the number then you should get it right. If you want to throw out my results I’m the one who was delighted with everything. BTW, I didn’t sign up for the gift card.
     
  3. FTFaculty

    FTFaculty Well-Known Member

    You scofflaw! :D
     
  4. Ed Fitch

    Ed Fitch New Member

    Yes, it is true there are 28 total questions, 5 of which are asking for basic demographical information; I ignored those in my tally, but I am likely among a handful of individuals who would approach it that way. Thank-you for your input, I would have to delete the outliers regardless.
     

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