Our survey on digital methods and software in the economics and social sciences research areas closes on Sunday 6 March. Take part now!
This survey takes around 15 minutes to respond. There will be a prize draw for 5x £30 shopping vouchers for people who respond to the survey and wish to be entered. Participants should be linked to a UK-based institution.
Your responses will help us improve the understanding of the digital methods and software that people use or wish they could use in areas such as: education, psychology, human geography, social anthropology, economics, linguistics, social work, social policy, sociology, environmental planning, geography, law, demography, management and business studies, and other pertinent areas not listed here which fall within the remit of the economics and social sciences.
We are seeking input from all different roles and career stages, including researchers, students, senior decision makers, curators, librarians and software developers. Make your voice and experience heard by answering the survey, and help us spread the word (you can retweet us) by encouraging your colleagues and network to answer it too.
Take part in the survey.
This survey is part of a wider study conducted by the Software Sustainability Institute to understand how software and data are used by people working in projects within the areas of economics and social sciences research. This study is funded by the Economics and Social Sciences Research Council (ESRC).
If you have any questions about the survey, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.