Desarrollo e Impacto, ¡Ya
Herramientas Prácticas Para Impulsar y Apoyar La Innovación Social
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Acerca de DIY
I. Profile (2 min)
Which country do you work in?
Is this your home country?
What is your primary working language?
What organisation do you work for?
What is your job title?
Which client or beneficiary group do you work with most?
Programme delivery partners
How long have you worked in the field?
II. Your Use (3min)
How did you find out about the DIY toolkit?
What is your level of understanding of innovation methods?
What area of work do you seek most support with that the DIY toolkit can help with?
Which device do you most commonly use to access the DIY toolkit?
How do you most commonly use the DIY toolkit?
In a team
To run a workshop
In what situation do you most commonly use the DIY toolkit?
When I get stuck and need support
To plan for a new innovation
To help other people to use the tools
Other (please explain)
As a result of using the DIY toolkit do you think you are more effective in your work?
What difference has the DIY toolkit made?
Would more guidance on application and facilitation be useful to you?
If yes, what type of guidance?
Are there other toolkits that you use? What are they, and what do you use them for?
III. Learning Needs (5 min)
What is your priority learning area related to innovation?
What are the topics, skills or knowledge related to DIY toolkit or innovation that you need to develop?
What is your motivation for learning?
Of the following options, how do you think you learn most effectively (you may select more than one option)?
Real-life problem solving
Are you interested in or currently involved in distance learning?
Is certification of learning and development important to you?
Of the following options, what kind of certification would be most useful?
Letter of Attainment
Would you be interested in a digital innovation learning programme based on the DIY toolkit?
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The survey will close on Saturday Feb 28th.