Survey seeks professors' perspectives on various classroom activities

March 03, 2011

Researchers Jennifer Wagner, Mark Shriver and Charmaine Royal are conducting research at Duke University and Penn State to try to understand what perspectives professors have about various classroom activities. They are interested in understanding what considerations should be given when deciding whether to include personalized elements (like having students use their own financial information in an accounting course, personal cognitive testing information in a psychology course, or even personal DNA information in a genetics course) in classroom activities. Responses are being collected through an online survey and should take 15-30 minutes to complete. Visit to participate.

Last Updated March 03, 2011