- Do you work in either an IT department or in an Administration in a K-12 school district in the US?
- Do you know about how your district chooses educational technologies?
- Are you over the age of 18?
If so, we would like to invite you to participate in a research study jointly conducted by the University of Chicago and New York University!
What is this study about?
We want to learn about what educational technologies are used in K-12 schools in the US, why those technologies are used, and how those technologies impact students. By talking to various stakeholders, we hope to develop guidelines and tools to help educators, parents, and students use educational technologies in ways that respect privacy and security.
What do I have to do to participate?
- Complete a survey on your demographics that should take no more than 5-10 minutes.
- Participate in a 30-45 minute interview in person or through a video conferencing platform such as Zoom.
I’d like to participate. How can I sign up?
- To participate in this study, fill out our contact form and we will be in touch to arrange a time to speak with you. Thank you for your time!
What do I get out of it?
- You will receive a link to a $20 Amazon gift card upon completing the questionnaire and virtual interview.
- You will have the chance to learn more about how educational technologies impact students.
- With your help, we will use develop guidelines and tools to help educators, parents, and students use educational technologies without compromising student privacy or security.
Chimaobi Amanchukwu , University of Chicago
Marshini Chetty, University of Chicago
Danny Huang, New York University
Amy Morrill, University of Chicago
Brandon Sloane, New York University
Shucong Zhou, New York University
Jake Chanenson, University of Chicago