Help shape the future of Cambridge GO
At Cambridge University Press & Assessment, we believe in creating the best possible experience for our users, and your feedback is invaluable in achieving that goal. As a dedicated teacher who uses the Cambridge GO website, you have first-hand experience with our platform and its features. That's why we're inviting you to join our user research program and collaborate with our product management team to shape the future of GO.
Three good reasons to participate
1. Influence product development
Your opinions and insights matter to us. By participating in our user research program, you will have a direct impact on the development of new features, improvements, and updates to the Cambridge GO website. We value your perspective and want to ensure that our platform meets your needs as an educator.
2. Enhance user experience
As a teacher, you understand the challenges and requirements of the modern classroom. Your input will help us create a more intuitive, efficient, and user-friendly experience for educators and students alike. By participating in user research, you can help us identify pain points, suggest improvements, and make the GO website even better.
3. Collaborate with the Product Management Team
This is an exclusive opportunity to work closely with our product management team. You'll have the chance to directly communicate your ideas, ask questions, and share your experiences with the people responsible for shaping the future of GO. Your feedback will be invaluable in making informed decisions and driving positive changes.
How to Get Involved?
Participating in our user research program is easy! Here's what you need to do:
Sign up: Fill out our short booking form.
Turn up: You will be able to choose a time that suits you to speak to our team. Our sessions usually last no more than 30 minutes.
Speak up: When you participate in a research activity, be ready to share your thoughts, opinions, and experiences. Your open and honest feedback will help us understand your needs and make informed decisions about the future of Cambridge GO.