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Interview protocol for understanding experiences of students from underrepresented groups in undergraduate engineering education

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  • This is the preliminary interview protocol developed by E.R. Chan for a study entitled "Intersectional Identities, Self-Efficacy, and Belonging: the experiences of underrepresented groups in engineering education." (New questions emerged as the study progressed.) The main research questions are:

    1. How do students who self-identify as being from multiple underrepresented groups describe their engineering experience, design team experience, and feelings of belongingness?
    2. How do their perceived experiences influence their engineering identity, self-efficacy, and institutional integration? The protocol includes introductory comments and a land acknowledgement, a positionality statement, and a coded chart which demonstrates alignment between the research questions and introductory, transition, key, and closing interview questions. References are also provided.

  • Date created
    2022-01-01
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  • Type of Item
    Research Material
  • DOI
    https://doi.org/10.7939/r3-5a6g-9696
  • License
    Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International