Welcome!

Thank you for participating in our textbook survey. This survey is for teachers and instructors based in Further Education or Higher Education in the UK and Republic of Ireland. It is about your use of textbooks for teaching, and will take around 5-7 minutes to complete.

The work has been ethically approved by the University of the West of England, Faculty of Health and Applied Sciences ethics committee, and further details of this and participant information can be found on the survey blog page (http://ukopentextbooks.org/uncategorized/textbook-teacher-survey/). You can contact Viv for further information or should you have any concerns (vivien.rolfe 'at' gmail.com). 

By clicking 'OK' you are providing consent for us to use your responses, and you will be prompted for this again at the end. You will also be directed back to the blog and invited to submit your contact details separately, should you wish to be contacted for involvement in further work.

Thank you again for your participation.
Viv

* 1. What is your gender?

* 2. Where in the UK and Ireland are you located?

* 3. What type of education institution do you mainly work in?

* 4. What is your employment status?

* 5. Select which best indicates your main teaching subject area? (Categories taken from HESA).

* 6. How may years of teaching experience in total do you have?

* 7. Which of the following have you mainly taught during the most recent academic year? (You can select one or more types of teaching).

List of items:
Face-to-face Course: A course which meets face-to-face, may use an LMS, VLE or website.
Blended/Hybrid Course: A course where content is delivered online and the number of face-to-face classes is reduced.
Online Course: A course in which all or most of the content is delivered online, e.g. distance or open learning.

  Further education students Higher education undergraduates Postgraduates
Face-to-face
Blended
Online

* 8. What best describes your current role in which you teach?

* 9. Do you use textbooks or sections of textbooks in your teaching?

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