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March 26, 2018 by Pen Lister

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Posted on October 27, 2016 by Pen Lister

Using this Site

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Without prejudice to the generality of the foregoing paragraph, Smart City Learning does not warrant that this website will be constantly available, or available at all, but that Smart City Learning will make every effort for this site to be available all the time.

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Research Participants

Please note that names, emails, gender (and age or personal address) may be recorded, in order to evidence that responses are true and accurate, and to make relevant reference to demographic factors of participants. If it becomes relevant to associate a particular response with the source individual, prior permission will be sought. All responses are separated from names and emails, to ensure full confidentiality.

Participants can withdraw at any time during a research exercise and are under no obligation to complete the journey. No further information will be sought in relation to reasons for your withdrawal.

The research is purely for academic purposes, to shed more light on the effectiveness of smart city learning in the context of Maltese locations, and how that might impact further adoption of such learning experiences in urban spaces elsewhere.

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