The survey closes on 1 April 2023.

In 2023 the International Science Council is undertaking a process to understand the expectations and needs of its Members and Affiliated Bodies in terms of their digital adaptation and to examine ways in which the ISC could support them.

In the context of this survey, ‘digital‘ refers not only to the use of digital technologies to operate and deliver value to stakeholders, but also, more broadly, to the culture and practices of living in the modern age dominated by digital technologies.

We’re also asking you some questions on mis- and disinformation under the theme of trust in science. Members consistently tell us in our regular one-to-one catch-ups that trust in science and the way in which digital technology intersects with science and scientific rigour is one of your top concerns.

The survey takes approx. 15 minutes to complete.

The survey closes on 1 April 2023.

Please help us by completing the survey below and/or forwarding it to key people in  your organization who are best placed to respond to these questions.

Thank you very much for your cooperation!


What happens next

🚀 We will use the survey results to identify case studies that can inspire us and others on our digital transformation journeys.

đź“Ś The case studies and key findings will be shared during our 2023 Mid-term Meeting of ISC Members on 10-12 May in Paris.


Contact

Zhenya Tsoy, Senior Communications Officer

zhenya.tsoy@council.science


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About you and your organization


Digital in your organization today

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Email marketing
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Social media
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Making the most of your website
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SEO (Search Engine Optimization) and adverts
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Creating accessible, engaging content
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Learning about our users from website and analytics data
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Digital fundraising
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Understanding how your members / users use digital
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Undertaking member / user research
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Use of digital to deliver services for members / users (e.g. disseminating calls, invitations to working groups, grant applications etc.)
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Ensuring online services are accessible to all members / users
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Data protection / GDPR compliance
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Understanding of digital and how to apply it
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Basic digital skills (such as email, video calling)
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Using digital tools for remote working (eg instant messaging, online meetings)
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Using, managing and analyzing data about members / users or impact
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Analyzing data to plan services (e.g. statistics, predictive modelling)
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Cybersecurity
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Keeping up to date with digital trends
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