Thursday, August 22, 2019

Survey of Roman Archaeology teaching and curricula

Survey of Roman Archaeology teaching and curricula
This is a survey about your experiences of Roman Archaeology teaching and curricula. It should take c. 10-15 mins. The answers you provide will be used as data for Dr Zena Kamash’s keynote lecture at the Theoretical Roman Archaeology Conference 2019 (Kent, UK) and will also inform an accompanying workshop at that conference on ‘Diversifying Roman Archaeology Curricula’ run by Dr Zena Kamash and Dr Lisa Lodwick. Findings will be used to provide a more in-depth understanding of how we teach Roman Archaeology, what we teach and the ways in which we might diversify our teaching positively in the future. These data may also be used in publications relating to this topic. 
The survey will close on Wednesday 28th August.
You have the option to retain anonymity. You can skip any question or any part of a question.

I have been fully informed about the aims and purposes of the survey. I understand that:
• there is no compulsion for me to participate in this survey and, if I do choose to participate, I may withdraw at any stage;
• any information which I give will be used solely for the purposes of this research, which may include publications, academic conferences or seminar presentations;
• if applicable, the information which I give may be shared between any of the other researcher(s) participating in this project in an anonymised form;
• all information I give will be treated as confidential;
• the researcher(s) will make every effort to preserve my anonymity unless I give written permission to relinquish anonymity.

Data Protection Notice - The information you provide will be used for research purposes and your personal data will be processed in accordance with current data protection legislation and the University's notification lodged at the Information Commissioner's Office. Your personal data will be treated in the strictest confidence and will not be disclosed to any unauthorised third parties. Data from this survey will be stored for a maximum of five years. The results of the research will be published in anonymised form.

Contact Details:
For further information about the research, please contact:
Name: Dr Zena Kamash, Senior Lecturer in Roman Archaeology, Dept of Classics, Royal Holloway, University of London
This project has received ethics approval from Royal Holloway University of London.

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