FluidSurveys donates user accounts for classroom use!
Continuing our involvement in the Education sector, we’re very pleased to announce that FluidSurveys will be taught as part of the Masters in Public Health course curriculum at Simon Fraser University!
According the Professor Malcolm Steinberg, one of the main goals of the course is to give graduate students exposure to tools they can use in professional practice. Students will learn how to use FluidSurveys, and will complete an assignment requiring the use of the tool.
We’re very excited to be involved in the shaping of tomorrow’s future leaders. There’s no limit to what to where these bright students will go, and we’re proud that FluidSurveys will be one of the tools at their disposal.
FluidSurveys is happy to donate user accounts to classrooms around the world (free of charge). If there are any teachers out there who’d like to include FluidSurveys in their lesson plan, don’t hesitate to send us an email at email@example.com.
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