Cyber Safety in Higher Education - Make Safe Happen
You are invited to take part in a research project that aims to address gaps in the literature regarding cyberbullying, bullying and digital safety in higher education. This phase of the research invites you to indicate your knowledge of and experiences with cyberbullying, bullying and digital safety in higher education.

The online survey will take approximately 20 minutes to complete. You may choose to cease participation at any time. Once you have submitted your responses your answers will be put into a database and will not be identifiable to you. This means that once you have submitted your survey, your responses cannot be withdrawn from the study because we will not be able to identify which responses are yours.

Risks: While there are no foreseeable risks to you by participating in this research project, if you do experience distress, please make contact with the relevant counseling services on your respective campus. For JCU students and staff, details of these services follow:


Townsville Campus: Level 1, Building 18 (Library), Room 103; Office hours: 9:00am- 4:30pm; Tel: (+61) 7 4781 4711 (internal dial ext. 14711). Email: studentwellbeing@jcu.edu.au

Cairns Campus: Level 1, Building B1 (Library); Office hours: 9:00am-4:00pm; Tel: (+61) 7 4232 1150 (internal dial ext. 21150). Email: studentwellbeing@jcu.edu.au

Singapore Campus: Student Support Centre, JCU Singapore: James Cook University Singapore. Block C Email: joan.belen@jcu.edu.au 6709 3671


Benefits: The results of this study will inform the knowledge associated with cyberbullying, bullying and digital safety in higher education.

Please contact the Principal Investigator if you have questions and/or concerns about this study.

Principal Investigator: Dr Margaret Anne Carter
College of Arts, Education and Social Sciences JCU Australia
Phone:+61 7 47816323
Email: margaret.carter@jcu.edu.au

I acknowledge that: *
• I have read the information presented above about the research being conducted. • I have had the opportunity to ask questions about my involvement in this study and to receive additional details I requested. • I understand that the online survey will take about 20 minutes. • I understand that participation is voluntary and that I am free to withdraw at any time, without giving any reason and without any consequences. • I understand that once I have submitted my survey, my responses cannot be withdrawn from the study because my responses will not be able to be identified. • I understand that any information I give will be kept strictly confidential and that no names will be used to identify me with this study. • I understand and agree that the data collected may appear in publications and conference presentations. • I am willing for extracts from this survey to be used as part of the research. • I have been provided with the contact details of the JCU counselling service. • I agree to participate in the online survey.
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Campus: *
I identify my gender as *
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Age (Years) *
Ethnicity: *
How do you define cyberbullying? *
Your answer
What can you do if cyberbullying is happening to you? *
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What can you do if you witness someone being cyberbullied? *
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What do you think is the most effective thing you could do to prevent cyberbullying? *
Your answer
Have you been involved in cyberbullying during your time in higher education? *
During the past 6 months, have you experienced cyberbullying? *
What was your role in this cyberbullying (i.e., bully, victim, witness)?
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Has this cyberbullying impacted your studying? *
If YES, how has it impacted your study?
Your answer
Have you been involved in face-to-face bullying during your time in higher education? *
What was your role in this cyberbullying (i.e., bully, victim, witness)?
Your answer
To your knowledge, has face-to-face bullying escalated to cyberbullying? *
Has this bullying impacted your studying? *
If YES, how has it impacted your study?
Your answer
Have you sought help to stop cyberbullying? *
Have you sought help to stop face-to-face bullying? *
Who did you seek help from? *
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How would you rate this help? *
Other Comments
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