[okfn-be] Help required! Questionnaire about open government data
Anneke Zuiderwijk-van Eijk - TBM
A.M.G.Zuiderwijk-vanEijk at tudelft.nl
Thu Jul 12 14:29:58 UTC 2012
Are you using or planning on using Open Public Sector data in your research? Are you a researcher, policy maker, journalist or an active citizen? Or are you in any other way interested in Open Public Sector Data?
Express your needs and help the ENGAGE project to address them!
Take the survey (see http://enquete.tudelft.nl/nq.cfm?q=7c255435-1a4b-d1cb-5033-bf3eb74f33cb), and receive the survey results and conclusions for free (please specify your email address at the end of the survey).
What is ENGAGE project about?
The ENGAGE-project aims to create an e-infrastructure to open up public sector data to researchers and citizens. By using the e-infrastructure, researchers will be able to submit, acquire, search and visualize diverse and distributed public sector datasets from all the countries of the European Union. The ENGAGE project is funded under the European Commission FP7 Programme (http://engage-project.eu; www.engagedata.eu<http://www.engagedata.eu>).
Why do we request your participation?
At this moment, the deposition, access and use of open public sector data is often cumbersome and should be improved. The purpose of this survey is therefore to find out your needs regarding to the use of public sector data, such as deposit, access and use needs. You are asked to participate in this survey, because you might (potentially) use open public sector data. The results of this survey will be used to develop and further specify the requirements of the ENGAGE e-infrastructure for open data.
About this survey
Completion of this survey is voluntary and the information provided by you participating in this survey is treated in a confidential way. Completing the survey will take about 10-20 minutes of your time. The survey consists of 14-23 questions. Thank you very much in advance for participating in this survey. We appreciate your time and input!
Among the project partners is Delft University of Technology. For further questions about this survey you may contact Anneke Zuiderwijk, Delft University of Technology (a.m.g.zuiderwijk-vaneijk at tudelft.nl).
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