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One week left in my smartphone/social media survey - would you participate?

I'm very excited at the response to the OMAFRA/University of Guelph survey on social media and smartphone use in Ontario agriculture. If you haven't participated, would you take a few minutes this week to answer it?  It can be found at http://www.ipsosresearch.com/omafra/.  We are looking for participation from all parts of Ontario agriculture -- and not just from smartphone or social media users.  If you don't use those tools, we want to hear from you, too.

I've received lots of positive feedback.  I'm especially happy to hear that people find it easy and quick to answer.  It's mostly clicking on your choices, with a few questions where you can type in a short answer.

The survey closes on March 5.  We hope to be able to share the results sometime in April.

You can learn more at http://ontario.ca/jnh9.

If you like the survey, please share the link with others in Ontario agriculture.  The more responses we get, the better the information will be!

Thank you --

Janice LeBoeuf

OMAFRA, Ridgetown

janice.leboeuf@ontario.ca

 

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