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1 Invitation to participate in a research project Co-Designing Open Badges for Privacy Education with Canadian Youth Information for Toronto area teens (ages 18 19) Principal Investigator: Dr. Karen Smith University of Toronto utoronto.ca Co- Investigators interacting with teens Kathryn Meisner, Mozilla, 366 Adelaide St. West Toronto, Dr. Leslie Shade, University of Toronto Research assistant, to be hired This letter contains important information about the research project and policies of Mozilla Foundation. Please read it carefully and discuss any questions you have with the research team. Introduction We are inviting eight Toronto area teens, ages to participate to co- design curriculum and open badges for privacy education. The idea behind co- design is that the people who are going to use learning resources and technologies, should help build them. With funding to Mozilla from the Office of the Privacy Commissioner of Canada, we are engaging teens as peer researchers for a 70 hour period, spread over 6 months. Our goal is to help Canadian teens learn about the Personal Information Protection and Electronic Documents Act, (PIPEDA) and digital literacy more broadly. Our design and research project involves creating curriculum and open badges. Open badges are like digital crests to demonstrate knowledge or skill in a particular area. Through October 2014 to March 2015 the teen peer researchers will: participate in learning activities, design and produce media using computers, interview and be interviewed, and collaborate as part of a design team. In between workshops, teens may be assigned a writing or research task and be invited to a phone conference and online collaboration website. The project will end with a workshop for educators

2 like teachers, community center workers and librarians where the teens share what they built through the project. Dr. Karen Smith, post- doctoral research fellow in the Faculty of Information at the University of Toronto, leads the project team who will interact with teens and she collaborates with Mozilla. Mozilla is a non- profit interested in web literacy. Kathryn Meisner, Director of Mozilla s Hive Toronto, a digital literacy network, is a member of the project team. The team also includes Dr. Leslie Shade of the University of Toronto and a research assistant, hired by Mozilla to assist with this project. Participation Participation in these workshops will feel similar to an after- school program with activities and programming. Because this is also a research project it is important to stress participation is voluntary. Teens may decline to answer any questions or participate in any activities they are uncomfortable with, and withdraw from the project if they or their parents or guardians wish. The eight teen peer researchers will be selected on the basis of a submitted letter of interest and completed checklist form. Interviews may also be held by phone and a reference may be utilized to select teens to participate. Interested teens who apply to the project, but are not selected, can request to have their applications deleted. Dates & Location Workshops will be held at Mozilla (366 Adelaide St. W., 5th floor) and the Faculty of Information, University of Toronto (140 St. George St., 7th floor). Workshops will be run from 11am - 5pm unless otherwise noted. Sat. Oct. 4th, Mozilla (11am - 5pm) Sat. Oct. 18th, U of T (11am - 5pm) Fri. Nov. Mozilla (11am - 5pm) Sat. Nov. U of T (11am - 5pm) Saturday Dec. U of T (11am - 5pm) Sat. Jan. Mozilla (11am - 5pm) Sat. Feb. U of T (11am - 5pm) Sat. Feb. Mozilla, Presentations at Educators' Workshop, (timing to be determined) Risk/Benefits The main benefit of these workshops for teens is to gain a design experience and to collaborate as part of a team on a project involving Mozilla, researchers and a policy topic. They will participate in designing curriculum and ideas for open privacy

3 badges. There is a small risk that teens could be embarrassed by something that they produce or through research participation but we do not anticipate the research to be any riskier than everyday life. Anonymity and Confidentiality Because this research occurs in a group setting and many activities will occur online, it should not be considered anonymous or confidential for the teens. At workshops, teens will use their names to communicate with each other and the research team, as well as guest experts or community educators who visit in person or videoconference. The research team will brief teens and visitors on the need to not share publicly the names of other participants who are using project aliases. Teens who participate in this workshop will need to create project specific webmail accounts, and accounts with Mozilla and other sites for collaboration. Google ( for project and group collaboration Mozilla Webmaker ( for web making Minigroup ( for group collaboration This process will be guided by the research team as explained here: Teens will be firmly instructed and reminded that they must use only an alias (e.g., SpyEyes2014) or a first name (e.g., Sarah) on any public facing materials shared through this project in- line with their parent or guardian s preferences. Teens and their parent/guardian will decide how they want to be identified or credited in project results (e.g., blog posts, presentations, academic papers, reports, etc.) and they can use their first names or aliases (e.g., SpysEyes2014). Teens and their parent/guardian will also decide if the teen can be photographed, audio recorded or videotaped during the workshops. The research team will store their field notes, audio files, photographs and other materials from the workshops on a password protected computer or drive. Team members from the University of Toronto and Mozilla will have access to the data. Data will also be shared for necessary research purposes like transcription. The research team and Mozilla will archive the data for five years after the end of the project. After 5 years, data will be destroyed or deleted. Any personal information submitted by teen participants, parents and guardians will be managed according to the Mozilla Privacy Policy, which is available at US/privacy/. The research team will be happy to provide you with a hard copy of the policy at your request.

4 The research team involved in this project will report any concerns of a teen or others being harmed to the authorities if concerns emerge during the workshops. Compensation Because 70 hours is a significant commitment of time, this research will compensate teens with an honorarium offered through gift cards calculated at $12.50 per hour of project participation. The gift cards will be distributed at in- person workshops as explained here. Gift card schedule: First workshop: $75 gift card for 6 hours of participation Workshop 3 and onwards: $100 gift card distributed after every 8 hours of project participation are completed and youth have selected the gift card(s) they d like to receive Final, educator workshop: Remaining gift card amounts distributed Total expected gift card amount for 70 hours of participation: $875 If a teen cannot attend the final, educator workshop, their gift card(s) can be mailed. Withdrawing from the project If a teen or the parent/guardian decides to remove a teen from the project, there are no negative implications for their participation in any future activities with Mozilla or the University of Toronto. An honorarium will be provided to the teen for all hours completed before they withdraw. For example a teen that has completed 16 hours of project involvement will receive an honorarium payment of $200 in gift cards. Process: Inform Karen or another project team member of your intent to withdraw Hold a meeting with Karen or another project team member to discuss whether you want data withdrawn from the project record (e.g., notes on the individual, photos of the individual, etc.). Data that has not yet been shared publicly will be removed from the project record wherever possible. You and/or your teen can independently delete any web content that they have produced on a third- party website or request that it be taken down by the website owners. Please note that material your teen has authored with others or data collected that intertwines with others (e.g., audio files from group sessions) cannot be taken out of the project record. Removal of data from the project record is not possible after March 1, 2015 when workshops are completed, as analysis will already be completed and the sharing of results will be underway.

5 Sharing project materials This research project is oriented towards sharing the process and final results. The process will be shared through photos, video clips and blog posts to and social media sites such as Twitter, Flickr and YouTube may be used by the research team to upload selected elements. Posting selected materials will be to document the project but also to allow for web creation activities by teens. The curriculum and design materials teens contribute to this project will be owned by Mozilla so that Mozilla can continue to build upon these to create further educational materials related to privacy. Design contributions generated by youth (e.g., sketches of badges, learning activity ideas, resources etc.) that do not include identifying images of your youth will be licensed under a Creative Commons License called Attribution- 4.0 International ( meaning others can share and change or build upon the work for any purpose as long as they cite Mozilla. Mozilla will credit teen participants for their contributions on the Hive Toronto website. If you consent to having photographs or videos of your teen taken during the workshop, they may be posted on public websites. Photographs, video clips, or audio clips could also be used to share results of the project online, in presentations, books or articles. Mozilla will not license under an open license materials that contain photographs or videos of your teen. However, please contact us if you would like permission to use this media content. For more information on the Creative Commons Licenses see: Results The teens contributions to this project will be highlighted at a final workshop for educators to be held in a target timeline of February 21 st, Parents/guardians are welcome to attend the educators workshop. You can also visit the for project updates and the final report or contact the research team at any time.

6 Teen Consent Form (18+ years old) Teen Consent Form for teens who are years old Please read the information letter and this consent form carefully; they contain important information about presented in the information letter about your participation in the study being conducted by Dr. Karen Smith of the Faculty of Information, University of Toronto and colleagues, in collaboration with the Mozilla Foundation, for the project Co-Designing Open Badges for Privacy Education with Canadian Youth. You should discuss any questions you have with the research team. Please initial below where indicated and sign the consent form to indicate your agreement to the conditions of participation in the project. Name, printed: Age: I am aware that completion of this consent form is necessary for me to participate in the project. I acknowledge that all information gathered on this project may be used for research and design purposes. Permission to use information gathered on this project may be withdrawn by advising the research team, but withdrawal is not possible after March 1, Please note that material you have authored with others or data collected that intertwines with others (e.g., audio files from group sessions) cannot be taken out of the project record. Please initial below to indicate that you understand and agree to these terms of withdrawal. Note taking by the research team during the project is essential. Notes will be used to document the process and excerpts could be shared in blog posts, articles or presentations. Please initial below to indicate that you agree to note taking for the stated uses on your activities related to the project.

7 Materials from this workshop including quotes of things you ve said or written and design contributions may be shared in sites such as academic conferences, academic publications, in teaching, with community organizations serving youth and through blog posts. Do you agree to this? Producing and posting content on the web is a key part of this workshop. To participate in the project, you must create a webmail account and website logins on the following sites for project purposes and posting online. Google ( for project and group collaboration Mozilla Webmaker ( for web creation Minigroup ( for group collaboration Please review each of these sites and their terms and conditions carefully. Please initial below to indicate that you consent to creating a webmail account and logins on these websites. The design materials (e.g., sketches, writing, or digital designs or webpages) you produce in the teen workshops will be owned by Mozilla so that Mozilla can continue to build upon them to create further educational materials related to privacy. You assign to Mozilla all copyright or other rights that you may otherwise have in the materials, and you further agree not to assert any claim against Mozilla for its use of the materials. Mozilla will license the materials under a Creative Commons License called Attribution 4.0 International, which allows you and others to use and build upon them as well. Please initial below to indicate that you understand and agree to the provisions of this paragraph and that your contributions will be owned by Mozilla.

8 Photographs, videos, audio recordings and other recordings that you consent to will be owned by Mozilla, who will use them to help create further educational materials related to privacy. You assign to Mozilla all copyright or other rights that you may otherwise have in the materials, and you further agree not to assert any claim against Mozilla for its use of the materials. Please initial below to indicate that you understand and agree to the provisions of this paragraph and that this content will be owned by Mozilla. You will be identified by your first name within our workshop group when we meet in- person and when we communicate in password protected sites such as Minigroup.com. We would like you to decide how you should be credited or named in any public facing materials produced out of this project which could include: blog posts, academic papers or books, reports, presentations, and online materials. Public facing materials will also include web pages or online materials created by you or a team. Please indicate your choice by initialing in one of the cells below. Use my first name Use an alias (e.g. SpysEyes2014 ) selected with me It is very helpful for the research team to be able to make audio recordings of you throughout the project. You may respond to interview questions, share your thoughts on privacy or describe your experiences. Quotes or clips from the recordings may be used to share the project process or research results or for the teens to use in media they produce during workshops. Please indicate by initialing below whether you consent to audio recording for the stated uses. No

9 We would like your permission to take photographs or videos of you during the project. Photos or videos may be shared through blog posts, presentations, reports or academic books and articles. Please initial below to indicate whether you consent to photographs, videos of yourself, for the stated uses. Photos: No Videos: No Do you agree to participate in video conferences during the workshops so that the research team and teen participants can talk to guest experts? Please initial below to indicate whether you consent to video conferencing participation. No A final event associated with this project is a workshop that will be attended by educators like teachers, community center workers, librarians and also parents to learn what the teens co- designed with the research team. This event will also be available as a web stream for broad public access by educators outside of the Toronto area. Please initial below to indicate how you want to participate in this event. I want to participate fully by speaking, appearing on the web stream and being identified by my first name or project alias as specified earlier. I understand photography and social media sharing by workshop participants may occur at this event. I would like to attend this event but do not want to present to the group of educators who attend the event. I understand that there will be a photo and video free zone of the room that I may stay in during the event. I understand photography and social media sharing by workshop participants may occur at this event. A new

10 alias or nickname should be selected with me for this event. I will assist to produce materials for this event but do not want to attend the event. Who can we contact if an emergency occurred to you during the workshops? Name (printed): Phone: Alternate Phone: What mailing address can we use to send you any gift cards that you have not picked up at the end of the workshop? Are there any food allergies or dietary issues that we should be aware of when providing snacks?

11 Is there any accessibility information or emergency information the workshop facilitators should be aware of? (E.g., do you need a wheelchair accessible entrance or carry an EpiPen for severe allergies?) I have read and understood the information in the information letter and this consent form, and I have had my questions answered to my satisfaction. I accept, understand, and agree to abide by the contents and terms of the information letter and consent form, and I consent to participation as a teen peer researcher in the project. Teen Participant s Signature: Date: Age: Researcher s Signature: Date: If at any time you have questions about the proposed research, please contact the study s Principal Investigator, Dr. Karen Smith, Faculty of Information , or Kathryn Meisner, Director Hive Toronto ext. 217

12 Regarding your rights as a participant in research you may also contact: the Ethics Review Office, or A copy of this form is available for you

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