We will be hosting a series of focus group discussions in May and June 2022. Please read the advert below for more information.
King’s College Research Ethics Committee Ref: LRS/DP-21/22-28700
Project Title: Exploring perceptions of cognitive load in online education
As part of a research project at King’s College London exploring cognitive load in online education, we are seeking participants aged 18 years and older, who live in the UK, can fluently communicate in English, and who are currently studying for a campus-based degree which requires the use of an online learning platform. We are seeking both neurotypical and neurodivergent students.
Neurodivergent students should declare a diagnosis of at least one of the neurodevelopmental conditions commonly included under the neurodiversity umbrella — namely ADHD, ASD, dyslexia, dyspraxia, dyscalculia, and Tourette syndrome — and no other diagnosed mental health condition. Neurotypical students should declare not having any diagnosed neurodevelopmental nor mental health condition.
Eligible participants will be asked to contribute to a focus group discussion where they will be asked to share their experience of online education, with the option to join either online or on campus at King’s College London. Participants will receive a £10 shopping voucher as a “thank you” for participating in the focus group.
If you are interested in joining, you can access all key information including the screening survey by clicking this link.
Please contact Anne-Laure Le Cunff (email@example.com) if you have any questions. Thank you!
To ensure full and equitable participation, we will be providing reasonable adjustments.