As part of the AHRC-funded (OWRI) ‘Language Acts & Worldmaking’ project, our colleagues Paul Spence and Renata Brandão, are conducting a survey on attitudes towards digital culture and technology in the Modern Foreign Languages, with attention to both theory and practice. They would be very interested to hear about your experiences and invite you to take part in their survey. The survey is aimed at people with any level of digital expertise, and whose work involves Modern Foreign Languages in any role (whether that be as researcher, learner, teacher, funder, policy-maker, digital practitioner, cultural practitioner or other).
For most participants, the survey will take about 15 minutes. For those who have strong involvement in digital theory or practice, you will be offered additional optional questions which might make the survey longer.
The survey results will be analysed for future presentation and publication – all results will be anonymised- and will present initial findings in the coming year.
This survey is part of a research project called ‘Modern Foreign Languages Research: Digital Mediations’ which was submitted to, and approved by, the King’s College Research Ethics committee under its Minimal Ethical Risk Registration Process (REC Reference Number: MR/17/18-280).
The survey will be open until 31st May 2018
If you have any questions, please contact Paul Spence at firstname.lastname@example.org
Link to survey: https://kings.onlinesurveys.ac.uk/attitudes-towards-dc-in-mfl
For more information about our research, see https://languageacts.org/digital-mediations/