We are working with the National Lottery Heritage Fund to understand your attitudes to digital technology, about how you use it and how we can support you to use it.
The Digital Attitudes and Skills for Heritage (DASH) survey is open to all members of the Sittingbourne & Kemsley Light Railway, whether working members or not.
Your answers are anonymous and the Railway receives no feedback until 10 people have completed the survey. Questions are optional – if you’re unsure, leave a question blank. The questions are also available here – https://www.timmuslimited.co.uk/dashsurvey/wp-content/uploads/2020/04/DASH_Survey_English.pdf but it is preferred that you respond clicking on the link at the bottom of this post.
The questions are designed to:
- Help individuals to reflect on their digital attitudes and skills
- Help organisations collect data from those who work and volunteer for them, and use it to improve the way they use technology
- Help the National Lottery Heritage Fund to describe the digital attitudes and skills of people working across the UK heritage sector and share good practice.
There are 22 questions but it should only take about 8 minutes to complete.
You can learn more about the survey on the the DASH project website (https://www.timmuslimited.co.uk/dashsurvey/about-the-project/).
You can enter the survey here: https://www.research.net/r/XJC78M3?s=&a=[es]&o=
This is open to current SKLR members only.
The survey closes on 10th July 2020.
Thank you for your help!