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Ghana Agriculture Production Survey (GAPS): Report on data quality and findings on key indicators 2011/2012 minor season survey | IFPRI Publication


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The Ghana Agriculture Production Survey (GAPS) undertaken by the Statistics, Research and Information Directorate (SRID) of the Ministry of Food and Agriculture is designed to provide data on community amenities, characteristics of farm families, utilization of land, use of inputs, outputs of major agricultural commodities, post-farm activities, household incomes, health of farm families, and health of farm animals on an annual basis.

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5 Free Tools For Effective Online Surveys

5 Free Tools For Effective Online Surveys | NGOs in Human Rights, Peace and Development | Scoop.it
There's no easier way to gather opinions than with an online survey. Most can be created and distributed within minutes, all at no cost to you. For a while, you wouldn't have had much choice about which survey service to use, but nowadays there are plenty to choose from. Which one is best for you?…

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Education in the Cloud with Web 2.0 tools: Create surveys using Google Forms and Spreadsheets

Education in the Cloud with Web 2.0 tools: Create surveys using Google Forms and Spreadsheets | NGOs in Human Rights, Peace and Development | Scoop.it

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Zoho Survey- Excellent Web Tool for Creating Classroom Surveys and Online Quizzes

Zoho Survey- Excellent Web Tool for Creating Classroom Surveys and Online Quizzes | NGOs in Human Rights, Peace and Development | Scoop.it

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E-informing the public: Libraries and e-government | Library Connect

E-informing the public: Libraries and e-government | Library Connect | NGOs in Human Rights, Peace and Development | Scoop.it

Luanne Freund:

"Academic and public libraries have long played an important role in society by managing, disseminating and preserving government information, making it available to researchers, policy makers and the public. With the shift to “digital government,” in which the government delivers information and services to the public directly through online channels, the role of libraries is changing, leading to new challenges and opportunities. The E-informing the Public research project, carried out at the University of British Columbia in Canada, investigates the shift to digital government and its impact on public access to government information."
- See more at: http://libraryconnect.elsevier.com/articles/supporting-users-organizations/2013-08/e-informing-public-libraries-and-e-government#sthash.dSDdQpcl.dpuf

 

 


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Digital government and its impact on public libraries!

Part of the Library Connect Newsletter, The Social Library.

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What Do Teachers Want? A Look at Two Surveys about Teachers

What Do Teachers Want? A Look at Two Surveys about Teachers | NGOs in Human Rights, Peace and Development | Scoop.it

A look at two surveys with very different results. The MetLife Survey of the American Teacher "showed that teachers across the nation are demoralized and that their job satisfaction has dropped precipitously since 2009. The proportion thinking of leaving teaching has gone from 17 percent to 29 percent, a 70 percent increase in only two years."
Yet a second survey, Primary Sources: 2012 (conducted ty Scholastic and the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation) "found that 51 percent of teachers plan to teach "as long as I am able," even past retirement age, and another 32 percent expect to teach until they reach retirement age. So while MetLife concluded that 29 percent were ready to quit, Scholastic-Gates tallied this group as 16-17 percent."
If you are interested in learing more about what teachers want take the time to read this post.


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