[open-humanities] netCommons survey

Christian Fuchs christian.fuchs at uti.at
Mon Jun 19 08:10:56 UTC 2017

Dear members of the Open Humanities list,

We are a team of researchers based at the University of Westminster in 
London and working for the netCommons Project (EU Horizon 2020 project 
netCommons: Network Infrastructure as Commons, http://netcommons.eu).

As part of the project, we are conducting an online survey to examine 
users’ concerns about Internet use and at the same time explore the 
potential of alternative Internet provision. Such concerns will provide 
useful input to policy makers and regulators who hold significant 
responsibilities over the telecommunications and Internet landscape, and 
consequently need to take informed steps towards the evolution of this 

We are looking in particular for respondents (Internet users) who are 
academic/research staff, students, IT product/services professionals or 
administrative/clerical staff at Universities or research institutes.

We would be grateful if you could take some time (about 20 minutes) to 
complete the survey.

The survey link is:  https://d52netcommons.limequery.com/357528?lang=en

The survey will be available online until 30 June 2017.

Many thanks for your collaboration.

Kind regards

Prof Christian Fuchs
Dr Maria Michalis, Reader
Dr Dimitris Boucas, Research Fellow
University of Westminster, UK

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