Dear Team Science Community,
I am writing to invite you to fill out a brief survey on learning in interdisciplinary
teams. As you know, an important area for the team science community is how scientists
learn from each other while working together. You can think of this is a kind of ‘on the
job training’ where you are learning about concepts and methods from colleagues in other
disciplines while you collaborate on some complex scientific problem. To help us
understand how you think you learn from others, as part of my graduate research, I am
collecting data from those engaged in research across disciplines. This survey should not
take more than about 12 minutes of your time and it will further my research on teamwork.
So I would appreciate if you could fill out the survey at the link below.
* Learning in Science Teams Survey:
If you have any questions, please let me know.
Olivia B. Newton, MSc
McKnight Doctoral Fellow, Modeling and Simulation Program
College of Engineering and Computer Science
Graduate Research Assistant, Cognitive Sciences Laboratory
School of Modeling, Simulation, and Training
University of Central Florida
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