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On-the-street surveyors at TBO

Group:Feedback Learning Culture
Location:In-person role with XR UK (UK Wide)
Hours per week:2-4
No. spaces available:20
Meeting Time: TBC
Meeting Format:Conference call
Meeting Schedule:
Essential Skills: Ability to build good rapport with strangers
Desired Skills:Experience in on-the-street research, social science degree
Accessibility considerations:

We're looking for volunteers to help us run surveys at The Big One. With The Big One looming, the Data Analysis & Insights circle want to make sure we can learn about the impact of TBO. We need volunteers to join our group of 20 researchers to conduct surveys on the ground at TBO If you have experience doing street research, a social science degree, or can build a good rapport with participants or bystanders, we're looking for you! We'll provide training and ground support.

This role is being advertised by the following working group:

Feedback Learning Culture

Location: XR UK (UK Wide)

The Feedback and Learning Culture Circle works to enhance learning experience, successes and failures, both within and outside XR, making real XR UK’s core Principle & Value: “we value reflection and learning”. What we have done so far: Feedback and Learning Culture produced a breakdown of the Debrief Analysis and several surveys and interviews which helped inform the Strategy Team. What we are doing now: We are creating an Actions Council to help feedback on controversial action plans. We are starting a set of 360 interviews of influential XR personalities. We are creating an Outcomes Dashboard to help measure XR’s impact through time. What we need: All kinds of people really ! But we also seek people with a professional background in: project management, theories of change, educational platforms, data analytics, life/business coaching, video editors, 2D/3D animators to help us disseminate our findings. Feeling like you could be of help? Please contact: feedbacklearnignxr@gmail.c

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