Monthly Archives: November 2014

How do you use the CSW social media channels? Seeking participants for online survey

Dear CSW Members, Supporters and Affiliated People

We invite you to participate in an anonymous online survey about your use of social media operated by the Commission on the Status of Women (CSW) within the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication (AEJMC).

In this study, we examine how members of CSW and people affiliated with CSW use the Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn pages/sites of CSW as well as the CSW website to read, post and exchange information with other members or affiliated people. We are interested in learning how CSW members and affiliated people benefit from using the CSW social media channels and how CSW can further improve upon its social media strategy.

You do not need to be a CSW member but must have interacted with (i.e. reading or posting on) the CSW Twitter, Facebook or Linkedin sites or the CSW website. Plus, you can win an Amazon gift card if you participate.

The questionnaire takes ca. 15 minutes to answer. Please use the link below to participate:

Thank you very much for your participation.

Dr. Stine Eckert (Wayne State University)
Dr. Candi Carter Olson (Utah State University)
Dr. Victoria LaPoe (Western Kentucky University)