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PARTICIPANTS NEEDED FOR RESEARCH IN USING LEGO TO IMPROVE INTRA-GROUP COMMUNICATION (MUST BE 18+ TO PARTICIPATE)
We are looking for participants to take part in a study on how Lego can be used to facilitate group communication while problem-solving.
To participate in this study, you will attend one of the Lego® Serious Play® workshops that we are running in September. In the workshops, participants will receive free introductory training in the Lego® Serious Play® method from Dr. Stephen Dann who is a certified Lego Serious Play facilitator. Over the course of the workshop you will play with legos both independently and collaboratively to track the effectiveness of the Lego® Serious Play® method in assisting you with explaining your solution to a hypothetical problem. The session will be video and audio recorded.
Each participant will attend one session that will run for approximately 2.5-3.0 hours. In appreciation for your time, you will receive an opportunity to learn about the world of Lego® Serious Play®, eat provided snacks, and receive a payment of $15.
Note: If this session does not work for you, we are also running sessions at the University of Lethbridge. More information of those dates and times can be found at: www.legostudy2018.eventbrite.ca
Thursday, September 13th - 5:30 pm - 8:30 @ Dr. Foster James Penny Building, room PB210
For more information about this study, please contact:
Dr. Adriane MacDonald
Dhillon School of Business
This study has been reviewed for ethical acceptability and approved by the University of Lethbridge Human Subject Research Committee
Adriane MacDonald | email@example.com