Consent Matters: Online access instructions
Consent Matters: Boundaries, Respect and Positive Intervention
To access the course:
- Go to this link: https://courses.epigeum.com/
- Click on the user menu and then on “Register" and complete the form. Please only register once.
- Enter your token code in the registration form.
- Once registration is complete, you are an official user. A program overview will be shown, with only one choice on it: Consent Matters. Click on this icon, and continue through the introductory material to begin the online course. You can interrupt and log on and off at any time.
Access to this course is possible until November 2019.
There is information contained in the course about different support groups and contacts in case questions arise. These are in the UK, so are not really relevant to you! For local contacts, please see the appropriate information provided under "Good to know in a Crisis" or "#Metoo in Science?".
There is an elective quiz at the end of the course. You can take the quiz as many times as you would like, and when you pass, you are issued a certificate. If you would like this course to go on your transcript, you need this certificate.
Let us know what you think about the course. Raising awareness about sexual consent is one way to make a difference in the university community and beyond. Do your part by taking the online course Consent Matters!
Notes on privacy and anonymity:
- There are feedback questions at the end of the course; the answers to these questions do NOT remain totally anonymous. Epigeum is working on an anonymous option. It has not been an issue so far, because the feedback questions do not have sensitive content, but you should be aware of this nonetheless. You are not required to give feedback.
- The administrator (Elizabeth, IRTG coordinator firstname.lastname@example.org) is the only one who can see who has signed up for the course, as well as how far individuals have progressed in the sessions. This information is not available to other participants, nor will it be shared or published in any way.
For questions or other access issues, please contact Elizabeth email@example.com.