The findings will be used for drafting a Report, Conceptual Guidelines for Digital Competences for Creative Industries and for scientific articles and publications to be produced by project partners. All scientific publications and research reports will be made available in open format and under the Creative Commons (CC) License on the project website.
The uses to which the survey data will be put adhere to stringent ethical research practices from the partner universities involved in the project, and the privacy of respondents will be respected and protected according to their Data Protection Policies. Your responses will not be linked to your identity or your work activity, although we will request some information on your nationality, company and role in the organisation. If you are a student, your participation in the research will have no effect on your course progress, marks, or DigiCulture project profile. However, DigiCulture project does not take responsibility for the contents or the consequences of your participation in the study.
The Findings of this study may be used for publication purposes by the investigators named here: http://digiculture.eu/team/ and for the Erasmus+ DigiCulture research dissemination. Data collected will be analysed completely anonymously. Data will be stored on a secure, university-networked computer and will be deleted at the end of the DigiCulture project.
If you have any questions regarding this research, please contact the DigiCulture project Coordinator (Diana Andone: email@example.com).
Once again, thank you so much for your participation!