Welcome to Mapping Values. Before you decide whether to agree to take part, please read the following information regarding Privacy and Informed Consent carefully. Please get in contact with the project leader David Hitchcock (email@example.com) if there is anything that is not clear or if you would like more information. A copy of the following information is available on the project website at https://mappingvalues.org/ .
To participate in this research, you must:
a) Have at one point in the recent past either moved to or lived in the borough of Camden and be familiar with the Kilburn area.
b) Grant permission for your qualitative feedback to be used as research data and stored anonymously for future use by other researchers.
c) Have access to a mobile phone, tablet, or desktop computer capable of using a web browser.
*Participant Information Sheet: Mapping Values*
You have been invited to participate as a current or former resident of the London Borough of Camden. We are very grateful for your participation and helping us helping us to better understand your perceptions and relationships with urban and public spaces.
The project explores how cities could become more pandemic-ready and recover more quickly from difficult conditions like the Covid-19 pandemic, with a specific focus on the area of Kilburn. To do so, we are interested in how people use and relate to public spaces and will use this information to understand how individuals view different spaces and places around the borough.
The first part of this online survey will ask a series of questions about you, the participant. The second part will ask four questions about your impressions of Kilburn. Here, you will be given the chance to answer these questions by “spraying” your answers onto a map using a digital tool. You can also respond with text answers if you wish to provide further details. All questions are optional, and you may exit the survey at any point. The survey and associated activity do not impose any known risks or benefits to participants.
It should take no more than 10 minutes to complete, and most participants will finish the survey in 5-7 minutes. You may exit the survey at any point or skip any questions. Your responses will be submitted at the end of the survey.
This survey is being run by Canterbury Christ Church University and is led by Dr David Hitchcock. The other project members in alphabetical order are Dr Mirian Calvo, Professor Jeremy Crampton, Dr Duncan Hay, Dr Carina O’Reilly, Dr Elme Vivier and Dr Isabel Williams.
*Your Rights Under GDPR*
The survey is completely anonymous where the information we collect will not identify you and will not be combined with other information in a way that could identify you. The information will only be used for the purpose of research and cannot be used to contact you. It will not be used to make
decisions about future services available to you. All gathered information will be kept strictly confidential, secure, and handled sensitively.
Data can only be accessed by, or shared with, other members of the project team, including Dr David Hitchcock, Dr Mirian Calvo, Professor Jeremy Crampton, Dr Duncan Hay, Dr Carina O’Reilly, Dr Elme Vivier and Dr Isabel Williams.
If you agree to take part in the research study, anonymized information provided by you may be shared with researchers running other research studies at Canterbury Christ Church University and in other organisations. These organisations may be universities. Your anonymized information will only be used by organisations and researchers to conduct research.
The survey is being run by Canterbury Christ Church University and the person responsible is Dr David Hitchcock in the School of Humanities & Educational Studies, who can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org .
You can find out more about how Canterbury Christ Church University uses your information
at https://www.canterbury.ac.uk/university-solicitors-office/data-protection/data-protection.aspx and/or by contacting Canterbury Christ Church University’s Data Protection Officer (Robert Melville email@example.com). You can read further information regarding how the University processes your personal data for research purposes at the following link: Research Privacy Notice -