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In my working with first-generation college students at UC Berkeley, Cal State East Bay and Las Positas College, I have found that offering specific examples of changes, made in programs or classes as a result of survey information, has been the greatest motivator in getting students to take online surveys.

Dale
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Dale Katherine Ireland
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California State University, East Bay
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From: Annette Hawkins <[log in to unmask]>
> Hi Everyone,
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> What do you all use to get students to respond to web surveys?  I am
> working with first time students in orientation classes at a community
> college.  Thanks.
> 
> Annette D. Hawkins, Ed. D.
> Math Instructor
> Wayne Community College
> 3000 Wayne Memorial Drive
> Goldsboro, NC 27534
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