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This survey seeks to understand how Covid has affected learning history at university and how staff and students envisage history programmes could and should adapt once Covid has abated.

The survey is sponsored by the Royal Historical Society, History UK and the East Midlands Centre for History Learning and Teaching and is being distributed to History students and staff across the United Kingdom. The researchers are Marcus Collins (marcus.collins@lboro.ac.uk), Aimee Merrydew (a.merrydew@keele.ac.uk) and Jamie Wood (jwood@lincoln.ac.uk).

This survey is designed for teaching staff, postgraduates and second- and third-year undergraduates only. If you are a first-year undergraduate, please use the alternative survey here: https://lboro.onlinesurveys.ac.uk/pppf2.

Ethical approval has been obtained from the University of Lincoln for the study of which this survey is a part. Your answers are anonymous. They will be treated confidentially and in accordance with data protection legislation.

It should take approximately fifteen minutes to complete this survey (longer if optional free-text answers are provided).

1.1. Informed consent Required
2.2. What is your position? Required
4.4. What is your age? (Optional)
5.5. Which of these best describes your gender? (Optional)
6.6. Which of these best describes your ethnic group? (Optional)

If you selected 'Another ethnic group', please specify:

7.7. Do you consider yourself to have a disability? (Optional)