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Participate in a experiment on Personal Knowledge Management!

Are you a Bachelors, Masters or Doctoral student starting your studies soon? Or have you just started your programme in the last month? Then, this is for you!

As a student, one of the biggest challenges is to manage all the information and knowledge that you collect: on the domain that you are studying, but also on how things work at your college or university, what other people are working on and how you can learn from them.

I am doing a little experiment on how students manage all this information in the first month of joining a new study program. If you are interested in joining in in this experiment, please fill out the form below. It takes about 5 minutes to fill in.

What you would be expected to do during ONE WEEK IN SEPTEMBER 2012 is:

  • fill in a 10-min survey at the beginning of the week
  • do a DAILY 5-min reflective writing activity
  • fill in a 10-min survey at the end of the week

Please sign up by the 31st of August 16.00 CET  5th of September (extended deadline)! Once you sign up, I will contact you with more details about the study on the evening of 31st August (or evening of the 5th of September).

All information submitted for this experiment will handled confidentially by myself. It will not be shared with any third parties. If you have any further questions about the experiment, please contact me on kamakshi.rajagopal@ou.nl

Thank you for your participation!!!!

If you prefer to go directly to the live form, here is the link.

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