aPLaNet Survey: Social Networks & Foreign Language Teachers

Please take some time to complete the following questionnaire regarding the use of social networks. This survey is conducted as part of aPLaNet, an EU funded project aiming to help foreign language teachers within the European Community.

Please answer the questions in this survey only if you are a foreign language teacher and working in an EU member state.

Brief Description

aPLaNet is a European Union funded education project. The full name is "Autonomous Personal Learning Networks for Language Teachers". aPLaNet is designed to help language educators to form their own supportive online networks to help them improve their language teaching.

Mission

To help language educators become autonomous users of Personal Learning Networks.

Email. info@aplanet-project.eu
Website http://www.aplanet-project.eu/
Ning http://aplanet-project.org/
Facebook http://www.facebook.com/aplanetproject
Twitter http://twitter.com/aPLaNetproject

    A. Personal Information

    We ask for your name/email address to enable us to verify that the survey is completed in a reliable way. We do not store or use these details except for verification of survey completions. These details will be deleted at the end of the survey period.
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    B. General Questions about Social Networks

    In this section, we would like you to give us some information about whether you are a current user of any Social Networking tools and how you use them
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    C. Facebook, Twitter & Nings

    Please answer some more specific questions about these three sites as they are the focus of the aPLaNet EU funded project
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    Thank you very much for taking part in this Survey on Social Networks!

    Your answers will be invaluable for the actions and materials we are hoping to develop as part of this European Project and we are very grateful that you have stayed with this Survey to the very end!!!! The aPLaNet Partners hope you will join this project either as a Mentor or as a Piloting teacher. Email. info@aplanet-project.eu Website http://www.aplanet-project.eu/ Ning http://aplanet-project.org/ Facebook http://www.facebook.com/aplanetproject Twitter http://twitter.com/aPLaNetproject

    DIsclaimer

    'The project Autonomous “Personal Learning Networks” for Language Teachers has been funded with support from the European Commission. This document reflects the views only of the author, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein'

    Uses and Privacy

    Uses and Privacy The complete survey data will only be visible to the official full partners in the project and the external evaluator (the EU will only see the compiled data). No personal details or individual responses will be seen outside of this group. The data will be compiled and used for two purposes: 1. To improve and extend the resources and methodologies that the aPLaNet project will make available 2. As analyzed and compiled, academic and other presentations on how educators are using social networks. These papers will be shared online through the project web properties and in conferences and links placed in aPLaNet web properties.