About this survey

This page provides you with important information about this research. Before beginning the survey, please read the information on this page and then tick the box at the end of the page to confirm your participation and begin the survey.

About this research

Matthew Watts, a PhD researcher  at the University of Nottingham, UK, is conducting this research. It aims to explore user perceptions of machine translation apps and understand how people are using such apps. It forms part of Matthew Watts’ PhD work.

Supervisors: Pierre-Alexis Mével (Pierre-alexis.Mevel@nottingham.ac.uk) & Yvonne Lee (Yvonne.Lee@nottingham.ac.uk)

School Research Ethics Officer: Rui Miranda (Rui.Miranda@nottingham.ac.uk)

Who can take part?

Anyone who is over the age of 18.

Participant information

  • Participation in this survey is completely voluntary
  • You are free to opt out of the research at any time without prejudice by contacting the researcher and asking to withdraw
  • All data will be stored securely and anonymously
  • Data will not be used in a way that can be linked to you – demographic data is being obtained to better understand the users of the apps and will not be used to identify you at a personal level

Who should I contact for further information?

If you have any questions about this research that have not been answered on this page, please contact Matthew Watts (matthew.watts1@nottingham.ac.uk).

By ticking the box below, you confirm that:

(a) You are over 18

(b) You have read this information sheet and understood the purpose of this study

(c) You understand that all data are anonymous and that there will not be any connection between the personal information provided and the data

(d) You understand that there are no known risks or hazards associated participating in this study.

(e) By submitting this questionnaire, you agree that your answers, which you have given voluntarily, can be used anonymously for research purposes.

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