MACH Dome-to-Home Science Education Research Project
A student at Sonoma State University wants to learn more about how students learn. This student is studying how using globes in YouTube presentations about water on Earth and in space might help students learn about water. You can help by watching a Dome-to-Home show and then taking a quick survey. Your answers will be anonymous and your email will not be connected to your answers. Any answers you type or select in the survey cannot and will not be connected to you. Participation in the survey is completely voluntary.
The link to the survey is found at the bottom of the YouTube Videos below. After completing the initial survey, there is a separate survey where you can choose to enter your email address to be added to a free raffle prize drawing. Your email is not connected to your answers, as it is collected on a different computer.
You do not have to take this survey. If you decide to participate, you are free to skip a question or decide you do not want to have your answers be a part of the survey, at any time. If you have any questions, please email Dr. Cominsky at email@example.com.
Answers will be shared with Sonoma State University faculty, staff, and students as well as CU Boulder Fiske Planetarium faculty, staff and students.
Either watch one or more of the videos embedded below, or go directly to the YouTube Video Playlist, found here.
Ep 1: Water, Water, Everywhere
Ep 2: Where Did It All Come From?
Ep 3: On a Mission In Search of Water
Ep 4: Why Do We Care?
Water in Our Solar System SPECIAL: Oceans, Air, and Magnets
If you are 18 or older and are interested in the survey, please click on the link to our Qualtrics survey: Link