LINGUIST List 31.2209
Wed Jul 08 2020
FYI: Digital Conferencing in Times of Crisis - Survey
Editor for this issue: Everett Green <everettlinguistlist.org>
Julia Fine <jcfine
Digital Conferencing in Times of Crisis - Survey E-mail this message to a friend
We’re writing to invite you to participate in our research project “Digital conferencing in times of crisis”. This project has two co-investigators: Brook Bolander from Monash University and Julia Fine from UC Santa Barbara. This is a topic we’ve been thinking about for some time now, and one which is growing more important by the day. The main question we’re exploring in this project is how digital conferencing can be made as equitable and sustainable as possible for a large and diverse community of linguists. Participating in the project means answering a series of questions via the polling software PollEverywhere. The link can be found here: https://PollEv.com/surveys/WM4n4cMlQ1dG1EItqXYzH/respond
The poll consists of 21 questions and is anonymous. Questions are not obligatory, so you can skip questions you do not wish to answer. The poll will stay active for two weeks (from Monday 6 July to Monday 20 July). By answering questions in the poll, you are implying your consent for us to use your responses in our research outputs. After the poll is closed, we will analyse the findings and speak and write about them at conferences and in journal articles. We’d love to share our findings with you, so if you’d like to hear more, please email brook.bolander
monash.edu and/or jcfine
ucsb.edu. Similarly, if you have questions about our research, do feel free to get in touch!
This project has been approved by the Human Ethics Committee at Monash University (ID = 25082. Here are the contact details of the Human Ethics Office should you wish to raise concerns about the study. Email: muhrec
monash.edu. Tel: +61 3 990 52052.
Best wishes and thanks for reading!
Brook and Julia
Linguistic Field(s): Discipline of Linguistics
Page Updated: 08-Jul-2020