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 This means that once you have submitted your survey, your responses cannot be withdrawn from the study because we will not be able to identify which responses are yours.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: email@example.com
Cairns Campus: Level 1, Building B1 (Library); Office hours: 9:00am-4:00pm; Tel: (+61) 7 4232 1150 (internal dial ext. 21150). Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Singapore Campus: Student Support Centre, JCU Singapore: James Cook University Singapore. Block C Email: email@example.com 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 CarterCollege of Arts, Education and Social Sciences JCU AustraliaPhone:+61 7 47816323Email: firstname.lastname@example.org