Maker Kits Follow Up Survey
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Maker Kits Follow Up Survey

Increasing STEM and Digital Literacy through a free Maker Kits program in an Academic Library Makerspace.

Human Research Ethics Approval NumberH19REA021

Thank you for using the Library Makerspace to support your learning. This survey is designed for students who have received a maker kit as part of the Maker Kit program, or those who have undertaken the electronics on-campus workshops. The aim of the Maker Kits project is to encourage the growth of maker culture and maker skills across the university.  The purpose of this survey is to explore the impact of the Maker Kits project.

The research team requests your assistance because your feedback on your learning experiences will help us in three ways:

  • improve existing makerspace offerings;
  • allow us to understand the effectiveness of the program,
  • generate ideas for future maker kits and workshops.

Your participation in this survey is completely voluntary. You may choose not to participate. The risks associated with this survey are minimal. If, however, you experience discomfort you may discontinue your participation at any time. We respect your right to choose not to answer any questions. Non-participation or withdrawal from participation will involve no penalty or loss of benefits to which you are otherwise entitled.

Your responses will be kept completely confidential. You should understand that the information collected in this survey will be coded in such a way that your identity will never be physically attached to any final data produced. You will not be identified in any publication.

If you have any questions or require further information please contact the principal investigator Stephanie Piper,

If you have any concerns or complaints about the ethical conduct of the project you may contact the University of Southern Queensland Ethics Coordinator on (07) 4631 2690 or email  The Ethics Coordinator is not connected with the research project and can facilitate a resolution to your concern in an unbiased manner.

Completion and submission of this online form indicates your agreement to participate in the survey.

USQ is collecting your personal information as it will assist USQ to improve the academic support services we provide to students.  Please refer to the University’s Privacy Plan ( for more detail.