Creating Impact Through Community-based Co-Design Projects within Curriculum

You are invited to participate in an online survey that is part of a research study at Emily Carr University. The “Creating Impact Through Community-based Co-Design Projects within Curriculum” research study is to evaluate the impact of community based co-design courses on student learning and will explore how community-based projects can support equity, diversity and inclusion within the teaching and learning environment.​ Alumni that have taken a design class with one of the following organizations you are welcome to participate in this survey.

● Kenneth Gordon Maplewood School (KGMS)

● Disability Alliance of BC (DABC)

● Vancouver Coastal Health – Long Term Care Homes (VCH-LTC)
(Often referred to as the Zeitgeist or Perspectives Project)
○ Purdy Pavillion
○ Haro Park

WHAT’S INVOLVED ​
This survey consists of 7 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions and is expected to take approximately 20-30 minutes to complete.

Your participation in this on-line survey is voluntary. You may choose to answer as many questions as you wish, or stop at any time. By answering the questions in the survey, you are agreeing to participate. There will be no negative consequences if you choose not to complete the survey. The survey asks for no direct identifiers.The information that you provide will be shared in an anonymous format. It is possible, though unlikely, that you may be identifiable through the information that you provide.

You can learn more about the result and take the survey here.

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