Researchers at the Centre for eResearch and Digital Innovation (CeRDI) at Federation University Australia, including Dr Alison Ollerenshaw, Dr Nathan Robinson, Ms Jude Channon, Assoc Pete Dahlhaus, Dr Megan Wong, and Ms Jennifer Corbett, are conducting research to examine the impact that technology has on users' knowledge building, decision making and practice change, over time. The aim of this research is to understand the impact of technological innovation at the individual, community, and industry levels.
This study involves the collection of data from online surveys and interviews. The research findings will provide important insights to assist the research team to understand the needs of Online Farm Trials users, and to inform future web portal developments. It will also provide insights for the industry around the impact of technology on users’ knowledge building, behaviour change and informed decision making; and enterprise enhancements.
Important information about this research is contained in the Plain Language Information Statement which is available to review in full.
This research has received approval from Federation University Australia's Human Research Ethics Committee (Approval number: A16-137).
The survey takes approximately 10-15 minutes to complete and can also be downloaded in hardcopy. If you agree to participate in this research, please click on the ‘next’ button, below, to commence the survey.
For further details about this research please contact Dr Alison Ollerenshaw (contact listed details below), or any of the researchers listed in the Plain Language Information Statement (above). The contact details of all researchers are also listed at the end of this survey.
Dr Alison Ollerenshaw
Centre for eResearch and Digital Innovation
Federation University Australia
T: 03 5327 6201