University of the Arctic Survey on Telecommunications and Broadband Needs in the Arctic
UArctic Members and individuals in the communities they represent are asked to contribute feedback on Telecomm, Internet, Broadband needs of their organizations and communities for input to Arctic Council's Task Force on Telecommunications Infrastructure in the Arctic. Feel free to distribute this survey to any individual living or working in the Arctic or in the Northern Latitudes.

Telecommunications is a very big topic that includes such things as telephone service, satellite service, Internet and Broadband service, VHF, and radio. Arctic Council has formed a Task Force to assess the current state of Telecommunications in the Arctic.

We are asking UArctic members and others to provide feedback on the importance of telecommunications to you, your organizations and community.

This is not a scientific study. This is intended to gather some general feedback from as broad a representation as possible to determine which topics may be of further importance to UArctic members and others living and working in Arctic regions.

This information will also be important to activity planning for the Thematic Network on Arctic Telecommunications and Networking.

There will be an opportunity for free response at the end of the survey.

Are you a UArctic member?
If yes, Organization Name
Select from the drop-down list.
Do you represent another organization?
Name of other Organization:
Your answer
In which country do you live?
Your answer
What is the name of your town, city, or village?
Your answer
How important is good Internet/Broadband access to your organization or community?
1 = Not important, 10= very important
not important, do not need
Very important, must have
Do you have Internet access in your home?
How do you connect to the Internet in your home?
Internet Speed. Please run a speed test and insert your results below. Go to www.speedtest.net.
This website will test your upload and download speeds between a nearby server and your computer.
Example:
Download Speed
Please enter your DOWNLOAD SPEED
Your answer
Upload Speed
Please enter your UPLOAD SPEED
Your answer
Where did you perform this speed test?
How would you describe your current Internet provision?
Poor
Average
Excellent
I can not get Internet/Broadband
Speed
Reliability
Cost
Personal Internet/Broadband Use and Importance
Whether you have Internet or not, how important are each of the following items to you?
Not Important
Somewhat Important
Very Important
N/A I do not care
Browsing the Internet
Shopping
eMail
facetime/skype/twitter/Instagram
play online games
listen to streaming music
watch videos/TV online
Perform work/job/employment
Run my own business/ sell things
Community Internet/Broadband Use and Importance
How important are each of these uses of telecommunications to your community?
Not Important
Somewhat Important
Very Important
Search and Rescue
Safety
Monitoring Environment
Monitoring Country/Community Borders
 Marine Navigation 
Land based Navigation
Air Navigation
Scientific Research
Oil, Gas, Mineral Exploration
Please share any examples of public private partnerships that have been successful in providing telecommunications or Internet service to your organization or community
Your answer
Please comment on any other telecommunications/Internet concern you may have.
Your answer
Optional: Contact Information
Please complete the following information if you would like further information on the work of the Arctic Council Task Force or UArctic on Internet and Broadband issues.
First Name
Your answer
Last Name/Surname
Your answer
eMail Address
Your answer
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