UvA Green Office Knowledge Hub Survey
The UvA Green Office is currently developing an interdisciplinary sustainability network ('Knowledge Hub') for students and staff at the UvA. Many members of the UvA community have expressed interest in a collaborative and interactive platform for sustainability research beyond existing sources such as the Centre for Sustainable Development Studies (CSDS) website.

The Knowledge Hub is imagined as an online platform that facilitates university members to discuss and promote collaborative work on sustainability across disciplines. It can further be used to discover articles and publications and to create more awareness for sustainability-related initiatives at the UvA. We welcome UvA members at any stage of their academic careers.

With this survey, we would like to gather opinions about the Knowledge Hub from university members. It only takes 5 minutes and is non-binding and anonymous.

This survey is conducted by the UvA Green Office, a student-led organization that aims to address issues of sustainability at the UvA.
If you have any questions, please contact: greenoffice.research-bb@uva.nl

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Email address *
Would you generally be interested in using a university-wide Sustainability Network (Knowledge Hub)? *
You can use the knowledge hub by browsing the site, or actively join by creating your research profile and optionally promoting your own sustainability-related publications.
Which features would you consider especially value-adding on the Knowledge Hub? *Please add any additional features that come to your mind in the last option of this question* *
For the search function, which features would you like to filter by?
For example: Discipline, Topic, Methodology, Author, Partners etc.
Are you already engaging in (interdisciplinary) sustainability research? *
Which platform/resources do you currently use to conduct interdisciplinary research / offer projects / find partners? Name any that come to your mind. (e.g. medium, google scholar, LinkedIn)
What boundaries have you encountered to conducting sustainability research?
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