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Please take our Uses of Electronic Media Survey

As you know, there has been a significant increase in the use of electronic media to facilitate civic work in higher education. Thirty years ago students organized and communicated about civic demonstrations, forums, protests and other forms of civic engagement with face to face meetings, flyers, and large gatherings. Today, many students organize civic activities using electronic media.

A graduate course in the History of American Higher Education at the University of Maryland, supervised by Dr. KerryAnn O’Meara, is conducting a study comparing how civic work was facilitated in the late 1960s and early 1970s to how it is facilitated today. We are asking you to help develop our understanding of the role of new electronic media by completing the following brief survey:

At the conclusion of the semester, Dr. O’Meara and her student team will share the results with all who participated. Thank you for considering this request.

To be sure that your survey results are incorporated into the study, we ask that you complete the survey by Friday, April 9th.

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