We invite you to participate in a study that aims to document and explore examples of ‘shallow’ through to ‘deep’ levels of impact upon the public and academics that the Intrepid Explorers platform has had within the domain of Climate research.

We would like to hear from all members of the Intrepid Explorer’s community, from the presenters (students, academics, explorers) through to our attendees (teachers, students, academics). This will enable us to explore the impacts of the Intrepid Explorers’ tales, from the ‘shallow’ impact (e.g., one of 10,000 individuals spending minutes browsing the Intrepid Explorers website), through to ‘deep’ impact (e.g., where an individual has heard a story and been inspired to develop a research project, or perhaps even make major life or career changes as a result).

This survey has been designed for those teachers that have attended an Intrepid Explorers event. If you are not a teacher but attended an event please fill in this survey. Or if you presented at an event please fill in this survey 

This research will help us to further develop Intrepid Explorers as a platform and will be used as evidence of impact.

Participation is voluntary and anonymous. If you have any questions, please contact intrepidexplorersHQ@gmail.com. If something goes wrong, or you would like further advice, please contact The Chair of SSPP ethics committee rec@kcl.ac.uk.

By taking part, I acknowledge that the information I give may be made available to other researchers in an anonymous form, and be published. Copies of these reports can be made available to you if you wish, just contact us with a request. Any data you give will be held in data protection act compliant ways. Any data you give can be withdrawn at any time up to 1 December 2016.

This research has been approved by King's College London ethics committee (Ref: MR151622)

* 1. How many Intrepid Explorers events have you attended?

* 2. What motivated you to attend the event?

* 3. Did you use the event or related materials in teaching? If so, how?

* 4. Do you think the event might have inspired your students? If so, please explain what aspects in particular (for example, the idea of attending university or visiting a specific region of the world, etc.)

* 5. What do you think the students enjoyed most about the event?

* 6. For the first event you attended, was the event valuable to you as [check as many as apply]

* 7. Is there anything else you’d like to share with us about the experience of being involved in Intrepid Explorers events?

* 8. If you wouldn't mind being contacted for further questions, or follow up, then please leave your name and email address (these details would only be used to contact you):

Many thanks for taking the time to fill in this questionnaire!

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