community announcement / 8 July 2020

Have your say: take the WILDLABS Tech Community Survey 2020

WILDLABS is evaluating the State of Conservation Technology alongside researchers at Colorado State University in our third annual survey. Take the survey to contribute your thoughts on the community’s progress, needs, and opportunities for growth, and to help us shape the future of the WILDLABS community of practice.

About the research

We’re running our third annual survey in partnership with researchers at Colorado State University as part of a larger assessment of the State of Conservation Technology. The aim of the project is to advance efforts by capturing recent progress, key constraints, and critical opportunities for growth in leveraging technology for conservation.

Along with data from our 2018 and 2019 community surveys, our previous virtual meetups, and expert focus group discussions to be held this summer, we'll submit findings from this year’s survey for peer-reviewed publication and share them back to the community in a comprehensive report.

Tech Community Survey 2020

Survey details

In this survey, we'll be asking for your thoughts on the technologies you work with, as well as broader questions on challenges facing the conservation tech ecosystem and opportunities for addressing them. As in previous years, this is also your opportunity to tell us about your experiences engaging with the WILDLABS community. We want to know what aspects of our platform and programming you find valuable, how they contribute to your work, and what you would like to see us prioritize for the future.

The survey will take about 13 minutes to complete. Please keep in mind that your participation is voluntary and that your responses will remain confidential. Follow the link below to access the survey and consent information, and let us know if you have any questions.

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