Evaluation Data Privacy and Use
This policy explains what information we collect and how we use it.
What information do we collect?
- Personal information collected on this evaluation includes contact information for the participating school coordinator, residency site (school), and participating artist.
- Quantitative and Qualitative evaluative information associated with the artist residency.
How is the information used?
Fairbanks Arts Association’s Artists in Schools Program is funded in part by the Alaska State Council on the Arts which, in turn, is funded by the National Endowment for the Arts. Some questions on this evaluation are included so that we may fulfill our reporting requirements to our program funders for continued support of the Artists in Schools program in the Fairbanks North Star Borough School District.
Fairbanks Arts uses evaluation information to better understand and provide FNSBSD schools with a continually improved Artists in Schools residency program.
Evaluation data is used for statistical purposes regarding Fairbanks Arts Association’s Arts in Education programs outreach, Internal record keeping, and administrative purposes.
Program support materials such as photos will be used for Fairbanks Arts Association’s Arts in Education program advocacy as long as submitted materials have the appropriate permissions/media releases to do so.
If you opt in to Fairbanks Arts News email communications, we will use the contact information provided to inform you about our events, programs, services, or other related information that would be of interest to you as indicated by your chosen e-lists. Fairbanks Arts News is sent via Constant Contact e-mail marketing service.
Information from your evaluation will not be disclosed to any third party not mentioned above, nor will it be communicated to your school or participating residency parties without your consent. Fairbanks Arts Association may contact you for more information regarding any aspect of your evaluation for further understanding and improvement of the AIS program.