Members of RDA in Ireland may find the following survey by Ellis Curran, DCU MOPs postgraduate student, of interest. Please help circulate among your networks as appropriate!
Thank you for your interest in participating in this research “An investigative study into the views of Irish Cultural Heritage Stakeholders on the European Collaborative Cloud for Culture and Heritage”
I believe that this survey and the results from which, will be an important tool for the Irish Cultural Heritage Sector. It will define where our sector currently sits against European counterparts regarding digitisation and digital transformation. The study is designed to draw attention to areas of digital achievement and areas which potentially require improvement. To date, there has been no such research completed within an Irish context. I believe that the findings could be hugely beneficial for all within the sector, regardless of size, scale, or notoriety.
I sincerely thank you for taking the time to complete the survey in the link below. The survey will take approx. 10-15 minutes, I have attached the plain language consent form, though the first question in the survey is sufficient consent and allows for complete anonymity. Please forward any queries to ***@***.***
The survey will close for responses on the 31st of May 2023.
Beth Knazook (she/her)
Project Manager, Research Data
Digital Repository of Ireland | Royal Irish Academy
***@***.*** | @bethknazook
www.dri.ie | @dri_ireland
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