Dr. Haijing Tu (email@example.com) and Makoto Omoto (firstname.lastname@example.org) are conducting focus group discussion sessions to talk freely about topics of code literacy among college students. This research aims to find out how code literacy at different levels makes a difference in students’ caution in using social media and confidence in their career success. All ISU students are welcome to participate. Each participant will receive a $10 Starbucks gift card through email after completing the focus group session. You can only participate in one session.
If interested, please click here to choose one from three sessions that are scheduled for 1:00-2:30 p.m. on 8/25 (Tuesday), 8/26 (Wednesday), and 8/27 (Thursday). All discussion sessions will be held on Zoom.
To guarantee quality of the focus group discussion, only 6-7 people will be included in each session. After you register by following the Qualtrics link and consent to participate, a Zoom invitation link will be sent to you to confirm your registration. If questions, please feel free to email us at Haijing.Tu@indstate.edu or email@example.com.
This IRB-approved project is sponsored by the University Research Committee.