Friday, February 20, 2009

Teach English? Live in Seoul? Help a Schola' Out

I got a very polite e-mail from a researcher from the Asia Research Institute at the National University of Singapore named Francis Leo Collins.

You see, Francis is gathering information about English teachers in the Seoul Metropolitan area, and would like some help with a survey about our backgrounds and why we are here. The Seoul Metropolitan area means Seoul, Incheon, and Gyeonggi province: Suwon, Gimpo, Paju, Uijeongbu, etcetera.

If you're not sure whether you want to take part, well, as an incentive, if you do, you'll get a chance to win an Apple Ipod Nano, to be drawn at the completion of the survey. If you have other questions, Francis Collins' contact information is on the opening page of the survey, and you can feel free to get in touch.

So, help a schola' out, and take the five or ten minutes it takes to answer the questions.




Chris in South Korea said...

Done - the survey is pretty easy, although a few of the questions are pretty repetitive. Here's hoping some good comes from it :)

Roboseyo said...

Good on ya, Chris.