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I am posting here in regards to a network analysis survey many of you received via email earlier this week. The survey link you received is part of a network analysis study I am conducting in coordination with the SuSanA Secretariat. Network analysis maps out and assesses the connections among partner organizations within SuSanA. This study shall allow SuSanA to improve its internal communication. On a broader scale, your participation in this study begins to map out the organizations involved in the sanitation sector from around the world, which can be used in the future to coordinate projects.
To conduct this study, I am asking you and other representatives from your organization to complete an online survey that should take approximately 30 to 45 minutes to complete by Monday, May 26, 2014. The study that I am asking you to participate in is a part of my doctoral dissertation at the University of Oklahoma.
By participating in this study, your organization will receive a network map visualizing your organization’s position in the network. Organizations that have participated in similar studies have presented the network visuals and findings to donors. The value of such information highlights an organization’s number of connections, the organization’s centrality in the network, and the quality of the connections to other organizations.
I understand 30 to 45 minutes is a significant amount of time to ask you to complete this survey. The survey allows you to start, stop, and come back. You may start the survey and simply close your browser to stop the survey. Your responses will be saved automatically. To return to the survey, simply copy and paste the below link into the URL address bar in the same browser and computer. The survey will begin where you stopped at previously. Do not click the "Restart" button as your responses will be erased.
If you are ready to complete the survey, please click on the below link. Please begin when you have time to focus on the questions.
Follow this link to the Survey: