Thursday 3 March 2016
Natalie Wilde, a Media and Arts PhD student at QMUL, is conducting research into student self-efficacy with relation to finding and obtaining a career.
Natalie wants to know how you feel about the career finding process as a whole. Do you find it a daunting task?
Your responses will enable Natalie to design a mobile system that keeps track of a student’s self-efficacy levels and adapts daily career tasks to compensate for it. For example, if someone is lacking in self-belief, tasks and goals can be made smaller to provide them with more ‘tiny successes’ that will help build up their self-belief. Students with high self-belief could be provided with extra tasks to help push them even further and take advantage of their current self-belief levels.
The survey is aimed at QMUL undergraduate students in any year of study. Taking the survey will enter you into a prize draw to win £40 worth of Amazon vouchers.
Please follow the link below to take the survey