Along with our hackathon, there is also an optional research study about your experience learning Spark!
We are looking for participants to share their learning from the hackathon, feedback about the learning materials, and in general how you approach learning new Spark capabilities.
What’s in this research study?
The research study involves answering a few question prompts from our moderator on our Discord server during the hackathon, about twice a week, and a remote discussion/chat-along session after the hackathon, where you can share your learning experience together with some fellow creators!
To sum up, the study has two phases:
Phase 1: A 2-week study about your creation process and learning experience during the hackathon. You can expect to spend approximately 10 minutes answering a few questions each time and in total around 4 times during the entire hackathon.
Phase 2: A 90 minute remote session sharing your hackathon and learning experience. This will be held by a moderator from Meta Spark post-hackathon, together with some fellow creators!
Why do I want to participate?
Participating in this research is a great way to connect with fellow creators, learn about other creators’ experiences and share your voice with Spark and have a say in their learning resource development! Participation is entirely optional and independent of your submission entry to the hackathon.
The study will run remotely and you can participate from wherever you are while on your computer. To thank you for your feedback, you can receive up to USD $210 (or local equivalent) if you are selected and participate in the entire study. We will email accepted research study participants separately with more details.
You can indicate your interest for the study in your Hackathon registration form.
Please let us know if you have any questions about the study or the hackathon itself – we can’t wait to see what you come up with to Showcase Your Culture! 💜