International Assembly

Videoconferencing Survey

  • 1.  Videoconferencing Survey

    Posted 05-08-2018 04:45:00 PM

    Hello. Dan Krutka and I are working on a research team that came together as a result of ongoing conversations between Digital Human Library (dHL) partners and educators interested in improving videoconferencing experiences for teachers and students. If you are currently using videoconferencing with PK-12 classrooms, or know educators, using videoconferencing in PK-12 classrooms would you be willing to take and/or distribute a 5-10 minute survey to educators who use videoconferencing with students for educational purposes.

    We plan to make all findings public and we will share results so those interested in videoconferencing for educational purposes might benefit from the results. This is an approved study through the Institutional Review Board of Western Oregon University. Participant identities will not be disclosed and our findings will be published so all educators and content providers might benefit from the learning.

    Link to Survey 

    We are happy to answer any questions you might have. We are also willing to write a message that you could directly send to educators who use your service so you don't have to.

    We really appreciate your help and we hope our survey will help us all better understand how videoconferencing can improve educational experiences.



    Ken Carano


    Kenneth Carano
    Associate Professor
    Western Oregon University
    Salem OR