FYI…if you’d like to share this survey link with your students. Blessings, Julie
From: Yi-Chin Sarah Wu
Sent: Tuesday, February 03, 2015 7:38 PM
Subject: Participate in international students self-regulated learning survey
Dear Sir/ Madam,
My name is Yi-Chin Wu. I am a doctoral candidate in the Educational Leadership and Policy Studies Department at the Florida State University. I am conducting a research study as part of the requirements of my degree in higher education, and I would like to invite international graduate students in your connections to participate.
Study Title: Exploring the relationships among self-regulation, academic and social integration, and acculturation for international students.
Students who were graduated from master or doctoral degrees, or currently enrolled in US colleges or universities are qualified to participate.
The purpose of this study is enhancing international students’ learning outcome. International students will be asked to complete the survey about 30 minutes. Participation is confidential, and students’ identity will not be revealed. There is no need to write students’ name in this survey. I will be happy to answer any questions you have about the study. You may contact me at email@example.com and 850-524-3862 or my faculty advisor, Dr. Tamara Bertrand Jones, 850-645-9558.
Thank you for your consideration. If you would like to help, please forward this information or post this survey link in your website or social media. Survey completion incentives include the option to enter drawings for one $100 Amazon gift card, two $50 Amazon gift cards, and four $25 Amazon gift cards. Survey link: https://fsu.qualtrics.com/SE/?SID=SV_5BERyKyF3DJk3I1 I am grateful for your help. Sincerely,
Yi-Chin Sarah Wu
Department of Educational Leadership and Policy Studies
Florida State University
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