Diversity in ID - Quantitative Survey 2017 OLC Collaborate with Emerging Learning Design Conference
This set of quantitative questions are geared to receive information regarding increasingly multicultural and serve communities where demographics (e.g. race, ethnicity, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, age, etc.) continue to change the workplace in the field of e-learning & instructional design.
What tool(s) and method(s) of design are used for your e-learning work?
How were you introduced to field of e-learning and/or instructional design
Were you aware of the field of e-learning and/or instructional design to your current position?
Do you find the work field of e-learning and instructional design to be represented by people from various ethnicity, gender, and race?
Can lack of multi-cultural in the work field of e-learning and instructional design have an impact on job performance?
Does your institution or organization have a diverse student population when it comes ethnicity, gender, and race? (On a scale from 1-5 with the highest number representing as strongly agree)
Does your institution or organization have a diverse faculty population when it comes to at least one of the following: ethnicity, gender, and race? (On a scale from 1-5 with the highest number representing as strongly agree)
If the field of e-learning and instructional design were to be represented by a greater number of people with various ethnicity, genders, and race; could it have a bigger influence on teaching and learning?
As an instructional designer, please choose the type of course format that you are currently with? (select all that apply)
What disciplines or type of courses do you design/develop for? (select all that apply)
In general, what amount of multi-cultural influence do you see in course design (e.g. lecture materials, accessibility, images, tools, formats, etc?)
What is your gender
What is your ethnicity (race)?
What division of the United States is your institution located? Note: The divisions are grouped within 4 regions of the U.S.: Northeast (New England & Middle Atlantic), Midwest (East North Central & West North Central), South (South Atlantic, East South Central, & West South Central, and West (Mountain & Pacific). The source is from the United States Census Bureau.
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