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I am a doctoral student in Educational Technology and am interested in writing my dissertation on StackExchange functionality. In particular, I want to evaluate content-creating functionality to determine the extent to which users can create content that reduces barriers to learning. I won't get too technical about that here.

This is applied research, and the dissertation would include a set of recommendations for improvement. I'm just curious who at StackExchange I can contact to alert them of this research in case they would like to see a copy of the final paper. Is there an email address users can send inquiries to?

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    You could add a link to your final paper here if you think it's relevant – Robert Longson Feb 8 at 15:42
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    Look for the research partnership post on meta SO. Though Julia Silge took care of those, she has resigned so I don't know if anyone else is currently taking care of this. – curious Feb 8 at 16:59
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    Please email me with details on your request, I will make sure that it gets to the right person. – Yaakov Ellis Feb 8 at 18:24
  • @YaakovEllis I don't know your email address, but I emailed academic-research@stackoverflow.com, which is what is recommended on this post. Is there anything else I should do? Thanks for your help! – Mitchell Boldin Feb 12 at 1:11
  • @MitchellBoldin check out this post for more details (including google form for submitting more details) – Yaakov Ellis Feb 12 at 9:45
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This post gives details on the Stack Overflow Academic Research Partnership Program, and how to apply.

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