Study Title:A Comparative Analysis Between the Career Needs of Domestic and International Instructional Design Students
Calling all Graduate Students and Recent Graduates
Your experience matters!
You are being asked to participate in an electronic survey and interview to compare and contrast the career needs of domestic and international instructional design graduate students. You are being asked to participate in this study because you are either a domestic or international instructional design graduate student, or were recently a graduate student (class of 2016). The purpose of this study is to conduct an analysis of career decision-making difficulty among domestic and international instructional designers in order to improve career services that are currently provided to international job seekers within a professional organization.
You are receiving this invitation to participate in a brief online survey designed to capture the career decision-making difficulties among graduate student members of AECT. This survey will take approximately 15 minutes to complete and will conclude with an option for a follow up interview as a way to help further explain the resources you've utilized and the resources you desire more of. Please note responses are confidential and will only be reported in aggregate.
Bring on your opinions, thoughts and brainstorms for ways to improve and shape career resources for students before and after graduation.
Be a participant of the continuous-improvement process by granting your member consent listed below.
Dear AECT Member,
Thank you for your participation consideration on this potentially beneficial study. Please login to participate in this study upon which an email will be sent to Erin Mills at email@example.com confirming your participation.
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