* 1. What is the focus of your academic role?

* 2. What is your university job?

* 3. What is the duration of your work contract?

* 4. How do you get exposure to new ideas in (physics) education? Select all that apply.

* 5. Have you ever implemented or adopted an innovative teaching product or technique?

* 6. Have you, yourself, developed an innovative teaching product or technique, or engaged in scholarly development of physics teaching?

* 7. If you answered No to the previous two questions, the survey ends here for you; thank-you for your participation. Otherwise, please answer the remaining questions about how implementation and development of physics teaching innovations occurs.   In implementing or developing physics teaching innovation, how have you accessed specialist knowledge in education or education research? Select all that apply.

* 8. In implementing or developing physics teaching innovation, how would you characterise your environment for discussion? Select all that apply.

* 9. In implementing or developing physics teaching innovation, how would you characterise your workforce? Select all that apply.

* 10. What funding have you had to support your scholarly work in physics education? Select all that apply.

* 11. What other support have you had for your scholarly work in physics education? Select all that apply.

* 12. What types of peer-reviewed public output have you produced in relation to physics education? Select all that apply.

* 13. If you have produced peer-reviewed public output related to physics education, how many times?

* 14. What impact has your original scholarly work in physics education had on others interested in teaching? Select all that apply.

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