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We would like to determine an accurate picture for the UK of how good the Access Grid is at what it aims to do, that is, in facilitating remote collaboration and providing an effective, productive alternative to face-to-face meetings. Also, we'd like to know whether what we are doing as a support centre is helpful in improving quality.

To this end, we have compiled a short survey (it has only 6 questions) with an opportunity to submit comments.

What we are asking is not only for you to complete the survey, but also to encourage other users who are not on this list to do so too. Please send them the link to the survey, or (even better) fill it in with them. If you don't have time to do this, then if you give us some users' names and telephone numbers, we will do this for you.

We need a large and representative sample for the survey to yield accurate information. We will also be directly contacting users around the country.

http://www.agsc.ja.net/survey.php

Although we are asking for user information, the data we collect will be published anonymously without sites or individuals being identified.

The deadline for surveys to be completed is by the end of this month (January).

In appreciation for people filling in the survey, we're offering a prize to a randomly selected respondent of a 50 Amazon voucher, which will be drawn and awarded in early February.

Thank-you very much for your time and we look forward to reading your responses.

Michael Daw
Team Leader, Collaborative Working Developments

 

 
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