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Summing up

You may wish to have another look at Lancaster University’s Comment Discovery Tool, as it is now updated with all the most recent comments.

Lancaster University is carrying out research into platform features which affect social learning, and have developed the comment discovery tool (linked above). We would like to invite all learners who have used this feature to take part in an optional survey. By taking part in this survey, you will give your feedback on the importance of social features in your learning experience, and how the comment discovery tool has affected this. We will use the feedback to develop the comment discovery tool further, for publication in academic journals and PhD theses.

To take part, please click here. It should take no longer than 15 minutes to complete.

Your responses are anonymous. We will summarise responses and share our findings as an academic paper. All the information collected during this survey will be stored and handled according to Lancaster University’s research ethics code of practice. For more information, read the participant information sheet linked from the survey.

Please note that this is an independent academic research survey carried out by Lancaster University and your participation is subject to the University’s own policies and terms. FutureLearn takes no responsibility for the contents or the consequences of your participation in this survey. Your participation in the research has no effect on your course progress, marks or FutureLearn profile.

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