Survey of digital/software requirements for the AHRC research community

Posted by j.laird on 1 June 2021 - 9:30am

AHRC logoWe are running a digital/software requirements survey of the Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC) research community. This is to improve our understanding of the digital practices people undertake, or wish they could undertake in the arts, humanities and GLAM (galleries, libraries, archives and libraries) communities.

The survey asks about your views on digital-tools/software, your experience of developing digital-tools/softwares, and your practices and preferences for recruiting help with digital tool/software development. Its focus is the AHRC Research Community, therefore participants should be connected with a UK based institution. We will share the findings with AHRC to help them direct their digital infrastructure funding to better align with the communities’ needs. 

We are actively seeking views from people who do not develop digital tools/software. We are seeking input from all roles, including senior decision makers, researchers, curators, librarians and software developers in the AHRC remit.

The survey takes around 15 minutes to complete and participants will have a chance to win one of four £50 shopping vouchers. 

Take part in the survey by the 31 July and forward it to members of your teams/network.

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