The Freelance Condition & Lifelong Learning in Communities
The Freelance Condition and Lifelong Learning in Communities
The Freelance Condition & Lifelong Learning in Communities project is an investigation into the contributions informal educators make to lifelong learning. This research focuses specifically on the contributions made by freelance informal educators who address plants, nature, and related topics in their work. The focus is on freelance informal educators in particular because they are not bound to one location and have the opportunity to create change in many different settings.
For this project, a freelance informal educator is defined as someone who does not receive income as an employee (W-2 income) for the programs, products, or learning experiences they create. They, like other freelancers, work one project, one event, or one gig at a time. If this describes you, please consider completing this survey and sharing your story. Your responses are anonymous.
Responses collected through this survey will be used to better understand how freelance educators work and how they contribute to lifelong learning.
This survey closes April 30, 2018. If you know of other freelance informal educators who may be interested in completing this survey, please feel free to share the link with them.
Thank you for your interest in this project.
Questions about this project should be directed to Tania Marien.
Estimated amount of time to complete survey: 9 minutes