Survey: Children and COVID-19 Research Library
The Children and COVID-19 Research Library collects and curates research from around the world specifically focusing on COVID-19 and its impacts on children and adolescents. 

Our aim is to select academic articles, reports and policy documents with a clear potential to inform programmatic work on children, and in the core competency areas of UNICEF - including, but not limited to, Child Protection, Education, Social and Economic Policy, Child Poverty, Nutrition, WASH, Health, Mental Health and Wellbeing, Nutrition, Migration. We screen out opinion-based journalistic articles and blogs, multimedia material, guidelines, advocacy briefs and non evidence-based material, as well as highly specialized scientific articles( ie: virology, genetics, clinical or biomedicine etc.),  which are already widely featured in other repositories.

While the library is still under development, we would value your preliminary feedback to help us refine the database content and usability.

Kindly explore the Children and COVID-19 Research Library at and provide your input on the following:
Email address *
Content: Is the type of content featured helpful to inform developmental work on children and adolescents in the context of Covid-19? Please rate with 1 being least helpful to inform and 5 being most helpful to inform.
Least helpful/informative
Most helpful/informative
Clear selection
Usability: Overall, how do you find the searchability/usability of the database? Please rate with 1 being least user-friendly and 5 being most user-friendly.
Least user-friendly
Most user-friendly
Clear selection
Search: Were you able to find what you were looking for using our search and/or advanced search filters? Please use "other" for comments/suggestions.
Clear selection
Research content: Are the titles, abstracts and bibliographic information presented easy to read and navigate? Please use "other" for comments/suggestions.
Clear selection
General: What, if anything, would you like to see that would improve your experience browsing and using the database?
Never submit passwords through Google Forms.
This content is neither created nor endorsed by Google. Report Abuse - Terms of Service - Privacy Policy