This survey aims to evaluate how readers of the above book are engaging with its content; to assess the impact of the book on its readers, and to understand the various ways the book is being used within and beyond the higher education sector.
Why have I been chosen?
You have been chosen because you have either:
1) Attended a launch event for the book.
2) Are a subscriber to a newsletter of an institution or organisation associated with a book event.
3) Have been identified as a reader of the book.
Do I have to take part?
Your participation in this survey is entirely voluntary. It is up to you to decide whether to take part. You do not have to answer any questions that you do not wish to.
What do I have to do?
You are invited to complete this online survey which asks you a series of questions about your perspectives on the book.
Will my taking part in this project be kept confidential?
This survey is completely anonymous, so you cannot be personally identified. All the information we collect about you during the course of the research will be kept in accordance with current UK Data Protection Regulations. You will not be able to be identified in any reports or publications without your specific consent.
All personal data relating to this study will be held for 5 years from the date of publication of the research. Black British Academics will hold the information we collect about you electronically on a secure network.
Except where it has been anonymised, we will restrict access to your personal data to researchers who have a legitimate reason to access it for the purpose for which it is held by us.
The information collected about you may be used in an anonymous form to support other research projects in the future and access to it in this form will not be restricted but it will not be possible for you to be identified from this data. Black British Academics will hold anonymised data electronically on a secure network.
How will this benefit me?
Your participation in this survey will help to evaluate the value of lived experience in deepening understanding of raced and gendered inequalities; and whether enhancing the voice and visibility of marginalised groups can help to promote agency within and beyond the higher education sector.
By completing this online survey, you are consenting to participate in this research.
Withdrawing from This Survey
Please note that to withdraw at any time from this survey, you only need to close the browser page.
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