Human Practices in iGEM 2020: how can the committee help?
Please let us know (through this anonymous survey) how the Human Practices committee can help you succeed in iGEM 2020! As always, you can contact us at
How ready do you feel to do Human Practices?
Not at all, I don't know what Human Practices means
A little, I know what Human Practices means, or at least some of my team members do
I don't know how to re-define Human Practices in the context of a global pandemic and social distancing
Ready enough, I’ve done work like this before and feel prepared
So ready! My team and I have cool ideas! Maybe even access to Human Practices experts like social scientists!
What kind of resources do you have at your institution to support your Human Practices work? (Please select all that apply)
Social science databases at the library
Consultation/collaboration with social scientists
Institutional link with related industry, NGOs or other non-academic communities
Chance to get feedback from institutional ethics review committee (also called IRBs)
Qualitative research methods training (such as interviews, focus groups etc)
Quantatitive research methods training (such as survey designs, regression analysis etc)
What kinds of resources would help your team to do Human Practices?
Specific examples from past teams, like
Links to further tools and reading, like
Webinars on specific topics and techniques, like the Opening Weekend sessions
Live Q&A Sessions over a webinar
Forum Q&A sessions, in the style of a Reddit AMA
Having members of the human practices committee available over Slack
What do you think will be the greatest challenge for your team's Human Practices work?
How can we help you succeed this year?
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