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Global Impact Study releases user survey data

by , July 16, 2012

Category: Featured, News, Survey

The Global Impact Study is pleased to announce the release of our user survey data. Over 5,000 public access ICT users were surveyed in libraries, telecenters, and cybercafes in Bangladesh, Brazil, Chile, Ghana, and the Philippines. The data collected through these surveys is now publicly available in both SPSS/SAV and CSV formats. Accompanying the data at this time are two documents: a “readme” file that provides information on the complexities of the data, including survey skip patterns, and a document that explains new variables that have been added to the data to aid in data analysis.

We will also be releasing more documents on the user survey and user survey data, including sampling strategies, in the coming weeks, which can all be found in the Global Impact Study web library. Data from our venue and non-user surveys will also be released in the near future.

We look forward to hearing how you are using the data!

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These are project updates made by members of the Technology & Social Change Group (TASCHA) at the University of Washington Information School. TASCHA is responsible for the implementation for the Global Impact Study.

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