Survey: Digital resources in humanities/social sciences

Digital Resources Survey, conducted at Cal Berkeley.

I saw this on a mailing list; since I’m neither teaching nor a graduate student in the humanities, I cannot take it. But who knows. Maybe you are, and you can. If so, go for it. Or spread the word.

Thank you for your participation in this survey, which is part of a research project funded by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation and the William & Flora Hewlett Foundation.

This questionnaire seeks information about your use of digital resources in teaching undergraduate/baccalaureate students in the humanities and social sciences. [emphasis mine] Whether you use digital resources a lot or very little, your thoughts are important because they will help those who fund and develop online teaching resources understand faculty experience and opinions. This survey should take about 15-20 minutes to complete.