Western Lake Superior Region Citizen Science Survey

The newly formed Lake Superior Regional Citizen Science Collaborative (LSRCSC) seeks to identify citizen science efforts and opportunities in the Western Lake Superior Region (current focus is NE Minnesota and NW Wisconsin). Through the collaborative we seek to create an opportunity for communication and collaboration among researchers, educators and volunteers who want to engage in citizen science in our region. Please take 10 minutes to complete the following survey. We thank you in advance for your time. This project is funded by a University of Minnesota Serendipity Grant.  Direct questions or concerns about survey to: Ryan Hueffmeier, rhueffme@d.umn.edu

1. What is your role within citizen science? (Check all that apply) *
2. How long have you been involved with citizen science? *
3. What type of agency/organization are you affiliated with? (check all that apply)
4. In what ways are you engaged with citizen science? (check all that apply) *
5. Please list the citizen science projects with which you've been involved (project name, website, coordinators, contact info, etc...) *
6. Are you interested in participating in a network of citizen science practitioners (researchers, educators and citizens) that informs, connects and educates each other about topics related to citizen science?
Clear selection
7. How would you use the network?
8. What would make this network useful to you?
9. How would you like to become more involved with citizen science?
10. What barriers, if any, are preventing your involvement in citizen science?
11. The LSRCSC will be hosting a regional citizen science symposium in Duluth, MN December 2017 please indicate what training or conference sessions topics would interest you. Please add additional topics. (check all that apply) *
12. Additional comments, questions or concerns
13. What is your home zip code?
Clear form
Never submit passwords through Google Forms.
This form was created inside of University of Minnesota Duluth.