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Writing Wrongs Evaluation

I have read the attached privacy statement about collecting and storing data from this survey (see bottom of page)
I have read the attached privacy statement about collecting and storing data from this survey (see bottom of page)
 

To what extent do you agree with the following statements?

1=Totally disagree --> 10= completely agree

Questions about writing and studying
Questions about university
Questions about your future

Questions about the Writing Wrongs Programme

How did you find the following parts of the programme?

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Thank you for your feedback

Privacy statement

Participant Information

Please read the following information about the research to make sure you understand what data we are collecting, who can access it, and what will be done with it.

About this survey
The survey will take about 5 minutes to complete. The personal data we request is necessary for monitoring and evaluation. However, you will not be identifiable in any of our reports.

What will happen with the information collected?
Data will be collected in this survey by the University of Warwick. The information you provide will only be used for the purpose of monitoring and evaluation.

Retention periods 

Your anonymised survey responses, together with linked information may be stored for up to ten years to enable us to track the impact of our interventions without having to ask further questions.   To achieve this, data will be stored in a secure database called HEAT (Higher Education Access Tracker). This data may be analysed further for future evaluation or monitoring relating to the further study plans of students. 

Legal Basis for Processing Your Data 

Under data protection law we are able to process this data because it is necessary for a task carried out in the public interest.   

Your rights if you take part

You have the right to refuse to answer any question. You have the right to withdraw from the survey at any point. You do not have to give a reason for withdrawing.  If you have any questions about this research or about how your data will be used, please contact:

Becca Kirk

Widening Participation Officer, School of Law, University of Warwick

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