Data collection may be done, mainly, through the following means:
As mentioned in the cookies policy, through ISPUP’s website we collect personal data related to intensive course enrolment and newsletter subscriptions. Website visitors may suggest lines of research through a form (Citizen Space), in which some contact information will be collected.
E-mail is a privileged means of institutional communication, both internal and external, and therefore involves operations of personal data processing of various kinds. The e-mail address itself often constitutes personal data.
E-mail is used, for example, in order to receive personal information related to various types of professional applications: professional internships, apprenticeships, spontaneous applications, applications for professional opportunities; recruitment and selection of human resources.
It is also the means used for updating contacts, collecting or updating the profile of each researcher, creating an institutional e-mail, sending opinions on research projects, sending comments within the scope of the scientific commission, receiving registrations for events, and sending institutional communication.
c) In person
d) Lime Survey Platform
The Lime Survey Platform is used in various scientific projects as a means of support for carrying out questionnaires and surveys. This is an open source platform hosted on University of Porto servers.
e) Paper documentation
Questionnaires in paper format can be carried out, as well as formal contracts, or documents with information from training actions or study participants, certificates, informed consents, among others.
f) Moodle Platform
Moodle is used to support the Public Health Specialization Course. This platform is managed by the University of Porto and user access is individual and done through login with username and password. Test score and learning material access is also done this way.
g) Biometric reader
Through the biometric reader, the fingerprint matrix is collected in accordance with the legal requirements applicable in the context of access control.