We’ve heard from a few of you that you are interested in hosting large group Big Blue Tests…and that’s wonderful!
The idea of you sitting at the computer and logging 100 Big Blue Tests on the Big Blue Test website, however, is less than wonderful (even with the ease of the new Big Blue Test iPhone app now available in the iTunes app store). There are a couple different ways for you to get us batches of results. Pick which way works best for you:
* The Community Event Log Sheet – You can download this log sheet and then collect responses at your event. After the event you can email us a scan of the sheets or you can hand-enter them at BigBlueTest.org.
* One Group, One Activity – If you have a large activity (like a community walk, for example) where many people will be doing the same activity for the same amount of time, you can log the event by emailing Mike@diabeteshf.org. Tell him the details of the event (number of participants, type of activity and date).
And at your event, make sure the participants are aware of the impact they are making on people living with diabetes around the world. If we hit our goal of 20,000 participants, $100,000 will be donated by the program sponsor to diabetes charities that are providing life-saving supplies and services to people living with diabetes in underserved areas. You can also remind the participants at the event that they can log on to BigBlueTest.org and take the test all the way up until the end of the day of November 14th.
If you have a large group of people taking the Big Blue Test and are uncertain of how to report the numbers, contact Mike Lawson (Mike@diabeteshf.org) and he will help you out.