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* 1. The Women in Agri-Tech Pitch Competition is designed to inspire young female students to create innovative solutions for issues faced by Australia’s agricultural industry.

A series of lessons have been developed to assist students to learn about agricultural technologies, the innovation cycle and developing a pitch.

We would like to get some feedback on what you thought about these lessons so we can improve them for use in other classes.

The following survey will take approximately 5 minutes to complete. No one will know what you said.

The outcomes of this research will be published in scholarly journal articles and conference presentations. The identify of all participants will be kept anonymous.

Data will be securely stored for five (5) years after the publication date of the last publication based upon the data in accordance with Central Queensland University policy.

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact a member of the team.

Dr. Amy Cosby, Professor Bobby Harreveld, Professor Sally Ferguson, Associate Professor Mark Trotter, Dr. Jaime Manning and Dr. Kym Patison

agritech@cqu.edu.au

Please contact Central Queensland University’s Division of Research (Tel: 07 4923 2603; E-mail: ethics@cqu.edu.au; Mailing address: Building 32, CQUniversity, Rockhampton QLD 4702) should there be any concerns about the nature and/or conduct of this research project.

This project has been approved by the Central Queensland University Human Research Ethics Committee, approval number 21559

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* 2. What is your gender? 

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* 3. What state are you in?

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* 4. Are you located in a:

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* 5. What type of school do you attend?

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* 6. What year level are you in?

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* 7. Have you studied or plan to study agriculture at school?

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* 8. Do you intend on studying agriculture at TAFE or University?

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* 9. Reflecting on the Women in Agri-Tech learning module, please respond to the following statements:

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The role models in the case studies inspired me to think about agri-tech solutions for agriculture
The activities and resources (e.g worksheets) were useful
I found the lessons interesting
The module was well structured
The module made me excited about the use of technology in agriculture
My interest in entrepreneurship has increased after completing the module
My interest in pursuing a career involving agri-tech has increased after completing the module
The module has inspired me to consider further study in STEM related fields
The module helped my team develop a pitch for a new idea 
I was interested in the module because of the pitch competition

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* 10. What were two things that you enjoyed about the module?

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* 11. What were two things that could be improved in the module?

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* 12. Do you plan on entering the pitch competition?

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* 13. How did you hear about the Women in Agri-Tech Pitch Competition? Select all that apply

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* 14. The module/pitch competition was a unique opportunity for me as a rural or regional student

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* 15. Have you previously participated in a similar activity/competition?

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* 16. If yes, what was the activity/competition?

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