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Call for Study Participation on Perceived Trustworthiness of AI-enabled Education Products

  • 1.  Call for Study Participation on Perceived Trustworthiness of AI-enabled Education Products

    Posted Nov 11, 2022 03:04 PM

    Hi all,

    I'm an academic librarian and a PhD student in Learning Technologies.  I've posted this call for participation before, so please excuse repeat and cross postings. I'm still seeking responses for my survey on perceived trustworthiness of AI-enabled products and services for education. I'm hoping for at least 50 more responses! If you are faculty or academic support staff at a college or university in the US, please consider participating and sharing with others in your professional networks. The study has been approved by the University of North Texas IRB as exempt, protocol UNT IRB 22-566

    Survey: 

    Perceived Trust in AI-Enabled Education Products and Services Among Higher Education Faculty and Academic Support Staff


    Many thanks! I appreciate your help! 



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    Kimberly Grotewold
    Education Librarian
    Texas A&M University-San Antonio
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