FW: A survey about conference attendance impact

Almuth Gastinger almuth.gastinger at ntnu.no
Fri Nov 19 18:44:34 CET 2021

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Almuth Gastinger

>-----Original Message-----
>From: InetBib <inetbib-bounces at inetbib.de> On Behalf Of Petra Dumbell via
>Sent: Thursday, November 18, 2021 8:33 AM
>To: inetbib at inetbib.de
>Subject: [InetBib] A survey about conference attendance impact
>Dear library and information workers, dear colleagues
>We hope you will participate in a survey exploring the impact of conference
>attendance at face-to-face and virtual events. The project is being carried out
>by Associate Professor Gaby Haddow and Dr Petra Dumbell at Curtin
>University in Australia.
>A short questionnaire (approximately 15 minutes) asks participants to rate
>impacts of conference attendance in face-to-face and virtual environments. It
>also includes some demographic questions. We are aiming to attract
>responses from information professionals working in all types of libraries
>across the world and your participation would be greatly appreciated. Please
>find the survey link here:
>Anonymous survey link:
>If you have any questions about the research you can contact Gaby Haddow
>(G.Haddow at curtin.edu.au<mailto:G.Haddow at curtin.edu.au>) or Petra
>Dumbell (P.Dumbell at curtin.edu.au<mailto:P.Dumbell at curtin.edu.au>).
>Curtin University Human Research Ethics Committee (HREC) has approved this
>study (HREC2021-0356). Should you wish to discuss the study with someone
>not directly involved, in particular, any matters concerning the conduct of the
>study or your rights as a participant, or you wish to make a confidential
>complaint, you may contact the Ethics Officer on +618 9266 9223 or the
>Manager, Research Integrity on +618 9266 7093 or email
>hrec at curtin.edu.au<mailto:hrec at curtin.edu.au>.
>Thank you very much in advance!
>Dr Petra Dumbell
>BA & GradDipEd (KF University Austria), GradDipLibInfoStud & PhD (Curtin) |
>Associate Fellow HEA, AALIA Academic Skills Advisor & Centre for Aboriginal
>Studies liaison | Curtin University Library
>p.dumbell at curtin.edu.au<mailto:p.dumbell at curtin.edu.au>, +61 8 9266
>I acknowledge the Wadjuk Nyungar people on whose traditional lands I work
>and live, and and pay my respects to Elders past and present.

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