* 1. Which expedition did you participate with?

* 2. How many stars (1 is worst, 5 is best), would you give your broadcast event overall?

* 3. What did you think of the Zoom videobroadcasting software?

* 4. How did you find the length of the broadcast?

* 5. How was the audio quality?

* 6. How was the video quality?

* 7. The objectives of the expedition were clearly explained to the audience.

* 8. Your audience learned more about (please list one or more topics):

* 9. Was the information presented on the appropriate level for your audience?

* 10. Your audience was given the opportunity to ask questions of scientists and staff.

* 11. On a scale of 1-5, how did this event meet your expectations?

* 12. The audience participated in pre and/or post-event activities provided by the education department or Education Officer.

* 13. What local, state, or national learning standard/objective was addressed by your video event?

* 14. What did you like most about your JR Live video event?

* 15. How many people were in attendance at your event?

* 16. How did you find out about the opportunity to participate in a JR Live event?

* 17. Do you have any general comments or suggestions for JR Live events?

* 18. Would you be available to answer a questionnaire (on-line and/or in person via zoom) for education research purposes? If yes, please provide your email address.

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