Seeking Research Participants …
Do you currently do instructional design or curriculum design in online or blended higher education?
Have you been doing instructional design for at least one year?
Have you been at your current place of employment for at least one year?
If you answered yes to these questions, you may be eligible to participate in a study looking at the job satisfaction of instructional designers in online higher education. The purpose of this study, titled The Intersection of Job Satisfaction, Dissatisfaction, and Motivation in Online Higher Education, is to identify the experiences that instructional designers associate with feelings of job satisfaction, dissatisfaction, and motivation. Participants will be asked to complete a demographic survey, participate in an interview, and submit a screen casted video of an instructional resource, discussing motivation and job satisfaction or dissatisfaction when creating the resource.
For participating in the study, participants will receive a $50 Amazon gift card. All participation can be done remotely through email and video conferencing.
Laura Dykstra, a doctoral student in the School of Education at Liberty University is conducting this research. Please contact her at ldykstra1@Liberty.edu for further information or to participate in this study.