Thank you for taking part in this survey, which aims to ascertain your views on how you use or engage with information and communication technologies (ICT) at work, and how these technologies might support your learning opportunities. Your feedback will help the EAGLE project understand how individuals like you use ICT within their professional lives. The survey should take no longer than 15 minutes to complete. It is split into 4 sections and has 18 questions overall. It would be very helpful if you could try to answer each question as fully as possible.
The EAGLE Project
The purpose of the EAGLE platform is to provide a resource for employees in local government where they are able to access, acquire and share work related knowledge. Within it you are able to search for resources which colleagues have created themselves, as well as share your own expertise by creating your own learning materials. The platform is based on open source software and open educational resources in order to allow quick, easy and cheap access to learning materials across local government sectors.
Anonymity and Acknowledgement
All data from this project will be anonymised. Respondents will only be identified by job title or area of work, unless they specifically ask to be acknowledged by name.
We reserve the right to use data collected during the project in research reports and academic papers. The same rules with regard to anonymity will apply to these publications.
Any data collected during the research will be the property of the University of Wolverhampton from the point at which it is collected. It will not be used until 72 hours after it has been collected, during this period if any participants are concerned about their contribution they can request it not be used by emailing Sonja Trapp at firstname.lastname@example.org.