Contributed by Amanda (Glaze) Townley
This study is being conducted to explore the perceptions of graduate instructors relative to the preparation of students for studies at the graduate level and whether the preparedness is trending toward increasing or decreasing. Furthermore, we are looking at perceptions and applications of support for students at the graduate level. Should you choose to participate, this survey should take you no more than 35 minutes to complete and consists of mainly Likert and select response questions with three opportunities to share more information should you so choose. No personally identifying information will be collected from your participation. Your help is greatly appreciated as we look forward to new ways to ensure that our students have the support needed to be successful in graduate and post-graduate studies. Clicking “Continue” will take you to the Informed Consent page where you can elect to participate in the survey.
The Georgia Southern University Institutional Review Board is a group that works to protect the rights of people who choose to participate in research conducted by the students and faculty of the university. They have the ability and right to review all documents related to the study at any time to ensure that participants’ rights are being protected. If you have any questions, please contact Dr. Amanda Townley at (912) 478-8408 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. If you have any questions about your rights as a research participant, you may contact the Georgia Southern University Research Compliance Officer at 912-478-5465 and reference IRB H23196.