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  • Scottish Government - National information and data user research survey

    Created: 26/09/2017

    The Scottish Government, in collaboration with the National Records of Scotland and NHS: Information Services Division are conducting user research. This will help them better understand the needs of users of their data, statistics and research content that they make available via their websites and other digital products. They will use the information gathered to improve the digital service they deliver to you.

    As a first step they are conducting an online survey. They would be very grateful if you would take a few minutes of your time to complete this.

    They intend to follow up on the survey and hold a number of interviews and observation studies with some of you to collect more information. If you would be willing to help them with this, there is a space at the end of the survey for you to provide your email address so they can make contact with you. They will only use your email address for this purpose.

    If you have any questions about the survey then please e-mail [email protected].




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