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Cyber Harassment in FE

19 June 2019

Sam Farley is a doctoral researcher at the University of Sheffield, investigating how negative behaviours received through technology affect employees, particularly those involved in further education. To understand the impact of negative technology perpetrated acts, Sam Farley is looking for volunteers to take a questionnaire involving questions on negative technological experiences, job satisfaction, health and work engagement. To obtain data that will give a casual indication of how negative technological behaviours affect people, data will need to be collected now and again in six months' time. Therefore Sam would like to invite you to complete this survey as well as a second survey that will be distributed in six months time. This study has been ethically approved by the Sheffield University Management School. All responses are anonymous and strictly confidential. You are also free to withdraw from the study at any time by closing the web page. To participate in the study click on the link below: The survey should take no longer than 20 minutes to complete. The information we gather will be used alongside current research evidence to provide guidelines for limiting the damage done to employees by negative technological behaviour. If you would like a copy of the study feedback report, please email Sam Farley at who is also happy to answer any questions you have about the study. Thank you for your time.