Investigating the roles of data, digital agriculture and resilience in agricultural performance

Thank you for your interest in contributing to research being undertaken by Dr Basharat Ali (PhD candidate, School of Engineering, IT and Physical Sciences), together with his research supervisory panel (Associate Professor Peter Dahlhaus, Associate Professor Helen Thompson and Dr Nathan Robinson from the Centre for eResearch and Digital Innovation, Federation University Australia).

As someone who understands the importance of data and information, digital agriculture, and resilience in agricultural performance, we invite you to be involved and to provide your valuable insights. Your input will help us to understand how different approaches may or may not be useful to improve agribusiness/farming.

This online survey will take about 15 minutes to complete. Research findings will be published in conference papers and journals. A summary of the survey results will also be available on the CeRDI website, before the end of 2022. By participating in this research, you will be helping and guiding us in advancing understanding of three adaptions (use of data and information, digital agriculture and resilience in agricultural performance).

The Plain Language Information Statement outlining important information about this research is available to review in full. This project has received approval from the Federation University Australia’s Human Research Ethics Committee (project number: A20-130).

For further information about this research, please contact Dr Basharat Ali (basharat.ali2@federation.edu.au), Assoc Prof Peter Dahlhaus, Assoc Professor Helen Thompson, or Dr Nathan Robinson

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