LAAL Survey form
Thank you for visiting the Living Archive of Aboriginal Languages. Your responses to this survey will assist in a research project investigating the role of digital language resources for Australian Aboriginal languages.

The survey should take no longer than 10-15 minutes to complete.

We want to know about who is visiting and using the Living Archive and why. If you go ahead with the survey, we will ask questions about your experience on the website, and some basic information about yourself so we know more about our users. Your information will be kept confidential.

The full details of the research are available on the Plain Language Statement which is included on the next page. It explains the purpose of the research, what will be expected of you if you choose to participate in the survey, the benefits of the study, risks, confidentiality issues, people to contact, and a statement about the ethical guidelines.

If you are willing to talk more about your experience with the Living Archive, you will have an opportunity to provide your email address and we will get in touch.

The researcher is Cathy Bow, a PhD candidate from Charles Darwin University and the Australian National University.

You can press the BACK button at any time. Partially complete surveys will not be counted in the research.

On the next page you will be asked to give your consent to participate in this research.

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