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Consent FormThe present survey instrument has been designed in supporting a doctoral research project focused on understanding the use of ICT in classrooms to support pupils with behavioural needs. Findings from the research project will be published in the form of PhD dissertation, and peer-reviewed academic papers. Neither the thesis, and/or research papers will be including information that could potentially identify individual participants. By clicking on the agree button below, you confirm that:• You have read and understood the purpose of the questionnaire.• You agree that the answers that you provide will be stored in encrypted digital media storage in such a way that you will not be personally identifiable.• You understand that parts of your response may be quoted within the thesis, reports, publications and other research outputs in anonymous form only.• You understand that you take part in this survey voluntarily and that you can withdraw from the questionnaire at any time without needing to provide any reasons for withdrawal.• You understand that any personal details (e.g. name, email address, phone number and/or address) will not be recorded anywhere within this online survey.
Information about the study and responsible people:Department: UCL – IOE, Culture, Communication and MediaName and Contact Details of the Researcher: Abdullah Ciftci (email@example.comName and Contact Details of the Principal Supervisor: Dr Evangelos Himonides, UCL Institute or Education, University College London, Email: firstname.lastname@example.org, Tel: +442076126599Name and Contact Details of the UCL Data Protection Officer: email@example.comThis study has been approved by the UCL Research Ethics Committee: Project ID number: Z6364106/2017/11/99
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