JISC/ KCL review of the teaching of the First World War

As part of the JISC World War One Discovery Programme, Kings College London invites those involved in the teaching of the First World War in UK universities, colleges and schools to participate in a preliminary review of First World War teaching and digital content useage. The project will survey educational use, requirements and available digital and hard copy resources which underpin the programme’s wider aim of aggregating and delivering First World War content to support education and research as the war’s centenaries approach.

Kings College London will hold no identifying personal data about you unless you indicate your willingness to be contacted at the end of the survey. In this case your email address will be requested by the survey tool and handled in accordance with the terms of the Data Protection Act 1998. Confidentiality and anonymity will be maintained and it will not be possible to identify you from any material published in the project’s final report.

If you have any questions, please contact lynelle.howson@kcl.ac.uk who will be happy to answer them.

Submission of this survey implies consent to participate and your agreement to the use of summarised results and anonymised quotes in publications.

Thank you for your participation. Let’s begin!